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The Need to Minimise Patient Medications

It is widely known that when people get older, their bodies begin to break down in one form or another. As a direct result, older individuals eventually find themselves in situations where they are taking multiple prescription medications as a means of keeping a particular condition under control. Unfortunately, there has been relatively little information …

4 Pointers for Aged Care Migrant Employees

The Leading Age Services in Australia (LASA) has called for the regulatory body to do a proper assessment of the qualifications of the migrant personal care workers. It is simply to ensure they are in line with the Australian standard and make certain they reach the level of English proficiency. The appropriate regulatory body for …

New platform – Now in Beta Testing

Exciting News Break! Anytime Caring are making the platform better every day. We have a team of beta carers who are testing the platform and providing lots of great feedback. The development team are working around the clock to have all the ideas implemented so we can deliver a seamless and intuitive experience. We have …

2 Day Cooking Opportunity for Aged Care Chefs & Cooks

Due to last year’s pilot success, the Maggie Beer Foundation has decided to go national with its education program for aged care chefs and cooks, opened to participants in Australia. The name of this education program is ‘Creating an Appetite for Life.’ It is a two-day opportunity to inspire and challenge ideas when it comes …

4 Key Points In Caring For The Aged

Selecting the right type of care for your loved ones is tricky. In most countries, there has been a general increased in aged population due to cases of low fertility levels in the younger population and a prolonged life expectancy in citizens. It is for this reasons that some sources such as the internet offer …

5 Gaps In Oral Care For The Elderly

A study published in the Journal Gerondontology identifies deficiencies in the provision of dental care for the elderly in communities. The study focuses on the experiences of culturally and linguistically diverse personal care workers. Based on the research from the University of Western Australia, which interviewed 15 CALD workers of African heritage currently working in …

Aged Care Access To Delivered Meals

The Australian government is being called upon by “Meals on Wheels (Southern Australia) to conduct a review of Aged Care process to ensure easy access to their services by consumers according to the organization CEO Sharyn Broer. The community-based volunteer organisation has expressed views that My Aged Care gateway is piling up the unwanted red …