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Shine a light: a focus on nutrition in aged care

“To improve the quality of life of older Australians through good food and nutrition.” This is the vision of The Lantern Project, an aged care focused collaboration concentrated on the dining experience, legal and food quality issues as well as ...

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Aged care royal commission: day one

“The hallmark of a civilised society is how it treats its most vulnerable people and our elderly are often amongst our most physically, emotionally and financially vulnerable.” These were some of the final words from commissioner Richard Tracey on the ...

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2019: What’s in store for the aged care sector

MYEFO funding increases, the workforce strategy taskforce, aged care quality standards legislation and, most importantly, public awareness. These are some positives to come from a tough 2018 for the aged care sector, according to industry representatives. For the coming year, ...

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