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New study to make aged care better for LGBTQ+

A new study will investigate how Australia's aged care sector can enhance service delivery to cover a wider demographic of gender and sexual diversity. Led by Southern Cross University professor Mark Hughes, the research project is set to break "new ...

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New tool shows aged cares’ spending

The Albanese Government has released a new online tool to show aged care homes financial transparency. Dollars to Care will hold providers accountable for how they utilise taxpayer funds for resident care, food, wages, and services. The initiative is hosted ...

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Appropriate care levels at 50%, new study finds

Aged care residents in Australia are receiving on average only half of the appropriate care and even less for other common conditions like depression, a new study has found. In world-first research, Macquarie University's Australian Institute of Health Innovation evaluated ...

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