Many families are finding themselves in the difficult situation of having to make decisions for a loved one that is living with some form of dementia.
As the person living with dementia begins to deteriorate, multiple decisions need to be made by family members, who want to do their best, but don’t have a clear understanding of the paths that they can take in order to make those decisions.
One of the decisions that demand our attention and decision making...
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“One of the sets of information I just could not get past was what was occurring in our residential aged care sector”. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has today announced that his government will be launching a Royal Commission into the aged care sector.
Speaking to the media early this afternoon, PM Morrison spoke of his government’s growing concern regarding the management of residential aged care services and the quality of care of their residents.
The PM stated, “The work the...
While TED talks seem to be all the rage, just 4 minutes and 44 seconds of Jack Welch speaking on leadership will have you seeing the the world and its galaxy in a whole new way.
In under 5 minutes Welch hones in on what he believes true leadership is and how to do it, not just from lip service but walking the walk in the routine and the long run.
To give some perspective, Jack Welch was the CEO...
The aged care sector has been undergoing a time of significant review and reflection. In the aftermath of the numerous scandals that came to light, where particular centres were found to have grievously contravened basic standards of care, many questions have been raised as to how to proceed best as a sector.
While the centres that were proven to have severely neglected their duty of care are in the minority, many experts in the field are calling for the sector at large...