This report provides a comprehensive picture of dementia in Australia, illustrated by the latest available data and information on trends over time.
This presentation aims to take you on a journey of cross-sectoral partners who all want to improve the care of elderly people and ensure that the best care possible is provided in the most appropriate setting for their needs.
Understanding your brain & the facts about dementia. Rate and track your brain health.
Report by Hal Swerissen and Stephen Duckett from The Grattan Institute on Dying Well in Australia and recommendations for improvement.
The My Aged Care February 2016 Update webinar provided an update on My Aged Care, including the ACAT transition and further information on service referral pathways.
There is a gap between rates of funded infant and elderly vaccination which is leaving older adults susceptible to preventable infections. Adult vaccination is a growing area of need.
This course will strengthen your understanding of how to support healthy ageing and encourage you to further expand the activities you undertake to optimise health as people age.
To help encourage older Australians to be physically active, the Department of Health and Ageing and the Department of Veterans' Affairs have jointly produced a resource called Choose Health: Be Active.
This website provides a competency standards framework and a suite of learning resources targeted at building capacity of the nursing workforce in cancer control.