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How indoor plants can improve wellbeing in aged care settings

How indoor plants can improve wellbeing in aged care settings

RCH News

  The benefits of plants for wellbeing in the workplace A focus on wellbeing in the workplace is vital for individuals working in aged and disability care. Professionals in the industry need to be given support, tools and opportunities that will foster wellbeing to enable them and those in their care to thrive. There are […]

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Mindful Christmas activities in aged care

Mindful Christmas activities in aged care

Elderly Health and Lifestyle

Reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, improving sleep, relieving pain — mindfulness can have a measurable positive impact on physical and mental health for young and old. More than just a buzzword, research has even shown that mindfulness in aged care could help to prevent dementia, slow its progress, reduce dementia-related stress and improve quality of […]

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Assessing your eligibility for the Certificate 3 Guarantee

Assessing your eligibility for the Certificate 3 Guarantee

RCH News

If you’re planning to study aged care in Queensland, the Certificate 3 Guarantee (C3G) funding could be just the funding you need to get started. Known also as C3G, this Queensland state government initiative provides a helping hand to those who are looking to gain qualifications across various industries. So, who is eligible for C3G […]

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Dementia Action Week 2019 and how to get behind it!

Dementia Action Week 2019 and how to get behind it!

RCH News

In 2019 there are over 447,000 Australians who are living with dementia. According to Dementia Australia, this figure is on the increase, with around 250 people adding to it each day. Dementia is also the second leading cause of death in Australia. Dementia Action Week takes place from September 16 to 22, 2019, timed to include World […]

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Top 10 things to consider when choosing an aged care training provider

Top 10 things to consider when choosing an aged care training provider

RCH News

If you’re in the process of choosing an aged care training provider to get your qualifications and career on track, there are some essential things to look for to make sure you get it right. Chances are you have come across your chosen aged care course at a variety of vocational education and training (VET) […]

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RTO vs TAFE – what’s the difference?

RTO vs TAFE – what’s the difference?

RCH News

Deciding where to study can be challenging, with seemingly many options to choose from to enrol in the same course. Certificates and Diplomas are delivered by a number of Vocational Education and Training (VET) institutions, but when making your decision, it’s good to understand the key differences between the available providers of VET. Because of […]

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The benefits of first aid training in aged care

The benefits of first aid training in aged care

RCH News

First aid training is an essential skill when every second counts. Providing yourself, or your team the skills to act quickly and effectively in an emergency situation, creates confidence. While it’s not mandatory for aged care workers to possess their first aid qualification, you or your staff’s first aid skills could make all the difference. It’s true […]

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7 must-know facts about aged care jobs

7 must-know facts about aged care jobs

RCH News

If you’ve been considering a career in aged care, there are a few things you should know about working in this industry. We’ve rounded up the facts about aged care jobs so you know what to expect.     So many opportunities If you’re after a profession that has real job prospects, aged care is […]

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End of financial year – study tax deductions

End of financial year – study tax deductions

RCH News

Tax time has rolled around again and for anyone studying or planning to, it’s worth knowing what study expenses you can claim as deductions at the end of financial year. The Australian Tax Office makes it clear that you can claim many self-education deductions when you’re a student, as long as the course you are […]

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