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[NEWS] – New Website Launched!

It has been a crazy few months for us, however after: 26 beta testers 1287 shots of coffee 4122 hours of design, development and testing 32,344 hours of “test care” provided We have finally launched our new website!To all our loyal users who have been giving feedback and patiently waiting, thank you. Your account has …

Elderly Abuse – LOOK, LISTEN, REPORT!

Health care professionals working in the aged care industry are required to report suspected cases and signs regarding elder abuse. Studies coming from the Australian Gerontology Association have shown that the chances of an elder reporting the abuse directly is less likely to happen due to extenuating circumstances such as fear of retribution, being dependent …

In home Care – What is available?

Most elderly Australians prefer living in the comfort of their homes, keeping friends, family and loved ones nearby. However, with life experience catching up to them, special needs arise. The need for extra care increases to maintain a healthy lifestyle. In-home care services are meant to help maintain own independence and reduce the need for …

Signs that your parents may need more support

Thanks to the recent holidays, you’ve probably spent quite a bit of time with your elderly parents and grandparents. Unfortunately, during this quality time together, you might have noticed a few things that indicate your parents or grandparents are going through a period of declining help, which may mean they need additional help at home. …

Mobile Application – In development

Our website is a fully responsive website, meaning that it will automatically scale to the perfect size depending on if you are using a desktop, tablet or mobile. However one  of our most frequently asked questions is “Do you have a mobile app?“. To date, we have always said “Not yet…” however today the answer …

7 Great Money saving tips!

Saving money is important to everyone, and possibly even more so to seniors who may be on a fixed income or who may have to find a way of dealing with a short term increase in their expenditure. Any older people who are interested in money saving tips should read on and find out how …

3 Ways to Engage Your Workforce

An engaged workforce is a major contributor of any organisation’s success and it is no different in aged care.  Such increases financial returns and improves care tremendously and keeps happy and loyal workforce. A survey was conducted to figure out what are the main factors that help influence staff to engage in organisational strategies that …

Independent Complaints Program For Aged Care

The number of people receiving aged care services either in the community or a residential facility is rapidly increasing. Most aged care facilities provide proper service, yet, people’s expectations differ from the care they receive. People seeking help are advised to speak up and address any issue they have but may not know the proper …