It’s fair to say that 2020 brought on a lot of changes, which proved to be challenging and mentally exhausting. Indigenous communities (especially remote communities) faced additional hardships last… Read More »Mental Health Resources for Aboriginal People
After much-needed rain, the sun is finally shining across NSW, giving us some glorious summer days. It can be difficult sometimes to try and plan summer… Read More »Summer outdoor activities that carers can plan
When it comes to nursing, there are a number of different approaches. One such approach is known as “person centred”. But what does this mean exactly and how is it beneficial to clients and their individual circumstances.
We’ll take a closer look at the person-centred care definition, sometimes also known as the client centred approach.Read More »What is a ‘Person-Centred’ Approach in Nursing?
Monday the 5th October 2020 marked a very special day for one very special client, Eileen celebrated her 100th birthday in her own home, and it was a wondrous day! It is not every day that you turn 100, so we were intrigued by the wonderful Eileen. We wanted to know more and with the help of her amazing and supportive family, we learned more about her impressive 100 years on this earth! We feel so privileged to be caring for Eileen in the safety of her own home.Read More »Celebrating life at 100 with Eileen
The theme for National Reconciliation Week 2020 is ‘in this together’.
Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians – as individuals, families, communities, organisations and importantly as a nation. At the heart of this journey are relationships between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.Read More »National Reconciliation Week 2020
By now, we all know the importance of social distancing during this time and have already seen the benefits of reduced rates of coronavirus infection. But as Australia presses pause on social activities, events and past times it’s vital to remember the importance of social connection for the mind, body and social.Read More »How to Cope with Social Isolation During the Coronavirus Pandemic
The Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians Richard Colbeck said home care recipients who had suspended services to avoid the risk of contracting the… Read More »Coronavirus: Supporting our older Australians