Published: August 27, 2015
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LASA-Victoria Small Provider Award 2015

Congratulation to one of our clients who recently won the LASA Victoria Small Provider Award 2015

Winner – Gisborne Oaks

“Gisborne Oaks is a regional not-for-proft 75 bed aged care facility located in Gisborne, Macedon Ranges region. The facility supports the community by providing high, low and dementia care. Over the last year the facility has implemented a range of service and quality initiatives to enhance resident care.”

Published: August 27, 2015
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LASA-Victoria Emerging Leader Award 2015

Congratulation to two of our clients who recently won and came runner-up in the LASA Victoria Emerging Leader Award 2015.

Winner – Candice Leitch, Director of Care – The Australian Aged Care Group, Banfields Aged Care

“Candice is an amazing young leader who manages a 90 bed facility. Her respect and the value she places on individuals is a standout feature of her leadership; combined with a thorough approach to care is both brilliant, encouraging and warm. She is a breath of fresh air!”

Finalist – Tracie Pearson, Director of Care Services – Echuca Community for the Aged

Published: August 24, 2015
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Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine – Residential Aged Care Communiqué

The latest edition of the Residential Aged Care Communiqué is now available.

The Residential Aged Care Communiqué (RAC Communiqué) is an electronic publication containing narrative case reports about lessons learned from the Coroners’ investigations into preventable deaths in Residential Aged Care facilities.

Read more:
Residential Aged Care Communiqué – Volume 10, Issue 3, August 2015 (.pdf)

Published: August 17, 2015
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Let’s talk about quality

The Australian Aged Care Quality Agency has produced a discussion paper to get you thinking, asking questions, debating and exploring how to describe, encourage, measure and monitor quality in aged care services.

You can download the discussion paper here:

Let’s talk about quality (.pdf)

Published: August 1, 2015
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2015 Pets in Aged Care Grants

Animal Welfare League Australia (AWLA) has released the 2015 Pets in Aged Care Grants.

The aim of this grant is to support aged care residents who have pets. Grant funding will assist facilities and residents make suitable arrangements or modifications to enable residents and their pets maintain an existing bond.

You can download the application form below:

Positive Ageing in the Company of Animals – Grant Application Form (.pdf)

NOTE: Closing Date for Applications – 11th September 2015

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