A couple of weeks ago, we published an article titled 'Is Six Minutes Long Enough for Aged Care Staff to get Residents Ready Each Morning?'
The article reached nearly 20,000 of our Facebook followers, and attracted nearly 200 comments and shares. One reader, Anton Hutchinson, whose family has proudly owned Canberra Aged Care Facility for over 30 years, provided us with the operator's view of this debate. Here at HelloCare we always strive to provide balanced commentary. We have published Mr...
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A few weeks ago, we published an article titled, 'Rough treatment in aged care is not assault, says magistrate: Four Corners'.
The article was viewed by more than 40,000 readers through our social media channels, and received hundreds of comments.
Among those to respond was a retired expert in his field who wishes to remain anonymous, but his thoughts on the topic deserve to be shared with our readers.
Alleged abuse by care home staff in Perth Western Australia aired on the ABC (Four Corners Mon 24...
Media release United Nations
Seventy years after its adoption, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) remains important and relevant as ever. We remain free and equal in dignity and rights.
To commemorate this anniversary, this year’s International Day of Older Persons (IDOP) will celebrate the older people around the world who dedicate their lives to championing human rights.
Older human rights champions today were born around the time of the adoption of the UDHR in 1948.
They are as...
As the royal commission begins investigating the failures of the residential aged care sector, it is important such a review also considers the broader socio-political factors that have contributed to this crisis.
The commission needs to go beyond the institutional problems at individual aged care facilities, as these are a symptom of a much broader rejection of ageing in society and marginalisation of older people.
Negative stereotyping of older people is reinforced in the media, and this both informs and...