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Two towers for retirement and aged care planned for Newstead

The two-stage development is expected to be approved by Brisbane City Council next week.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Minister optimistic about indigenous voice

Aged care minister Ken Wyatt, who is tipped to take on the indigenous affairs portfolio, believes there is community support for constitutional recognition.
SBS - Published

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Three children among 26 dead in Victoria's start to flu season

Three children have died with the flu in Victoria so far this year, along with 23 aged care residents.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The Australian town that has transformed into a 'dementia-friendly' community

Clever design solutions are providing alternative ways of thinking about aged care for those with dementia, amid calls to stop segregating patients.
SBS - Published

‘Cruel, ugly killer lurking in shadows’: Dementia victims speak out

Early onset dementia sufferers have pleaded for governing bodies and aged care facilities to provide more support for victims of the disease at the last day of public hearings in Sydney for the Royal..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

‘You deserve better’: Expert's warning about aged care facilities

Professor Joseph Ibrahim has told the royal commission into aged care that unless big improvements are made, the state of nursing homes is going to get worse.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Aged care system 'waits for people to die'

An expert has told a royal commission people living in residential aged care are stateless and parliaments across Australia do not care about them.
SBS - Published

Students to live in aged-care home in uni housing trial

USC is trialling a program to house a small group of students in a nearby aged care home, hopefully to the benefit of both residents and students.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Prescribing culture' makes a toxic drug mix in aged care homes

A 'prescribing culture' abounds in our aged care facilities, reports Helen Pitt.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Woman with dementia sexually assaulted

A royal commission has heard people with dementia who are unable to communicate can be vulnerable in residential aged care facilities.
SBS - Published

Antipsychotic drugs overused in aged care

The CEOs of three providers argue the aged care system and its funding do not incentivise innovation and providing the best outcomes for residents.
SBS - Published

Only 1 in 10 psychotropic drugs used for aged care patients justified

The Royal Commission was told culture change is needed among GPs to stop the rampant over-prescription of antipsychotic drugs.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Call to change way aged care is funded

The CEOs of three providers argue the aged care system and its funding do not incentivise innovation and providing the best outcomes for residents.
SBS - Published

Labor's promise to fix aged care 'would cost billions': Peak body

Bill Shorten announcing his aged care plan on Sunday, but it contains no costed measures to address a crisis in the nation's aged care system.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fighting to breathe, no staff member in sight: aged care royal commission hears Vera's story

It took Vera's daughters 30 minutes to find a staff member at the aged care facility to help their mother.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dying aged resident 'sounded like lawnmower engine', royal commission hears

A 70-year-old woman sounded like a "lawnmower engine" as she was fighting to breathe in a Sydney residential aged care home, but there wasn't a nurse in sight.
SBS - Published

Woman sounded like lawnmower before death

A daughter has told an inquiry how her mother was alone and fighting to breathe at a residential aged care facility in Sydney's lower north shore.
SBS - Published

We owe it to our elders to focus on better aged care

Individual autonomy becomes illusory and the resident’s life story can be usurped, engulfed and even trampled on by an unregulated and dysfunctional aged-care system.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

Older people want action on care, climate

A new survey has found older Australians want action on aged care, health and pensions but they have a growing worry over the climate.
SBS - Published

Liberal minister rubbishes claims he is Clive Palmer's 'wholly owned subsidiary'

Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt has rejected claims photographs taken at a polling place in his electorate show him campaigning for Clive Palmer's United Australia Party.
Brisbane Times - Published

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