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Aged Care Royal Commission Interim Report provides Government mandate to commence transformation
Supporting Tasmania’s Active Ageing Plan
Seniors Recognised For Outstanding Contributions
COTA welcomes Retirement Incomes Review, which promises a holistic approach to create a fairer
First reduction in Home Care wait lists is good news but waiting times remain totally unacceptable
Comprehensive approach needed to address housing stress as mortgage debt and housing stress jumps
Age Discrimination Commissioner launches campaign in Tasmania
COTA welcomes Government timeframe for legislating recommendations of banking Royal Commission
Queensland goes age-friendly for Seniors Week
New VISA Debit Cards for NT Seniors Recognition Scheme
Launch of trial programs to improve access to dementia services
Doctors and aged care staff must stop improper use of antipsychotic and psychotropic drugs
Council on Ageing welcomes Minister Colbeck’s strong response to Earle Haven Nursing home
Aged care consumers encouraged to assert their rights as new Aged Care Quality Standards
New trial program in Perth to provide dedicated support for people with dementia
COTA congratulates new Ministers and urges them to take an all of government approach to
Funding supports stellar line up of events for Queensland Seniors Week
National Aged Care Alliance commends Labor for indicating its aged care priorities
Older Australians in desperate need of care don’t count in either Leader’s vision
Anglicare’s rental snapshot paints stark picture of housing affordability for pensioners
Labor’s dental plan will provide welcome and overdue relief for older Australians missing
Nominations now open for 2019 Victorian Senior of Year Awards
Budget Reply 2019 – 350,000 older job seekers will still be left in poverty under Labor
Federal Budget 2019: 350,000 older job seekers still left in poverty