Aged Care Videos

Aged Care Payment Options: RAD & DAP

The Australian Government pays for the bulk of aged care services in Australia through subsidies paid to aged care providers. You may be asked to contribute costs if you are financially able to do so, however there is help available if you are unable to pay for care and accommodation costs. 

 

What is Home Care?

Home Care (also known as in-home care, community care, home help, home support and in-home nursing care) is the umbrella term for a range of services that allow people to remain living independently in their own homes. Many elderly Australian’s take advantage of these services as an alternative to moving into traditional residential aged care homes.


What is Residential Aged Care?

Residential Aged Care is the proper term for aged care homes which are sometimes referred to as aged care facilities or nursing homes. Residential aged care homes provide 24-hour care by trained nursing staff for frail elderly people who can no longer live independently in their own homes.

 

What is a Home Care Package?

A Home Care Package is a coordinated and flexible package that allows individuals to remain living in the comfort of their own homes. Each Home Care Package is tailored in order to cater for a variety of care needs. 

 

Aged Care Reviews

If you know someone living in aged care, then we encourage you to take five minutes and leave a review www.agedcareonline.com.au/review 

 

When is the Right Time for Aged Care?

A lot of people struggle with the decision to place a loved one in aged care, they often ask when is the right time? Whilst there is no easy time to place a loved one in aged care, many people reach the right time when they realise they can no longer practically provide care for their loved one by themselves. 

 

What Are My Aged Care Options?

There are three aged care options in Australia which tend to suit most people’s care needs, from home care, respite care and residential aged care.

 
 

What is Respite Care?

Respite Care is short term aged care, and often used when families, carers and friends need a break from caring for a frail, elderly person. It can also be used if an elderly person needs to recover from a stay in hospital and cannot return home immediately.


How Do I Find an Aged Care Provider?

When the time comes to start looking for aged care providers, it is best to use a comprehensive aged care directory such as Aged Care Online. When you use an aged care online directory, you have the added advantage of being able to search specifically for aged care services within your chosen area. 

 
 
 

Arcare Craigieburn Residents Embrace Spanish Language Classes

on Monday, January 21, 2019

A group of residents from Arcare Craigieburn have been learning Spanish together over the past six months. The Spanish-speaking residents in the community, who are from Spain, Argentina and Chile, have been working with Spanish teacher Danielle as assistant language teachers.

Calling Out the Stigma of Working in Aged Care

on Monday, January 21, 2019

With the number of people requiring some form of aged care set to double in Australia by the year 2050, we know the demand for aged care workers is growing rapidly.  However growth in the workforce is not keeping up with demand. 

Aged Care Royal Commission a Crucial Step Forward

on Friday, January 18, 2019

The Royal Commission is a crucial step forward in determining the full extent of problems in aged care and understanding the challenges and opportunities in delivering quality, sustainable aged care services now and into the future.

$15 Million Extra to Support Senior Australians to Live at Home

on Friday, January 18, 2019

The Australian Government is helping senior Australians stay in their own homes for longer, with an additional $15 million to support independent living.

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