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Low care – Important Steps before moving in to Hostel Care

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Moving into a hostel care facility demands proper planning and assessment. There are typically three important steps one needs to take care of before moving into a low care facility. The level of care required by the resident is decided based upon an assessment which needs to be performed by a doctor, nurse or social worker. There are basically two types of residential care facilities i.e. high care and low care facilities. Low care provides assistance with daily activities, accommodation and basic nursing care whereas high care facilities include 24/7 nursing care and...

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Aged care Sydney – Use of Latest Technology

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Lately we have seen an upsurge in the use of state of the art technology in aged care Sydney services. There are myriad benefits associated with the use of latest technology in Aged care Sydney. Some of the common benefits include improved productivity, better efficiencies, a smarter staff and an organized management. Aged care Sydney depends a lot on the workforce which is why use of technology is so important because it greatly improves the aged care experience of the staff. Use of technology will enhance communication between staff and residents. For an organized management, implementation...

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Age Care Services – The New Eligibility qualifications

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As part of continuous policy improvements, it has been proposed that students should gain around 120 hours of practical work as part of their regular curriculum. Age care services definitely gets a boost by this recent change because students are better equipped with skills required for age care sector. The Certificate III and IV courses are being reviewed by the Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council. The proposed plan is to merge Certificate III in Age care services with the Certificate III meant for community care and disability. The new courses will include specializations...

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