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Fostering strong relationships in aged care

Fostering strong relationships in aged care

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A residential care facility is a workplace for aged care workers and a home for the elderly. It should feel like a community, build on meaningful connections and a high standard of care. To build a strong and happy community, a focus on strong relationships is essential. The relationship between aged care workers and their […]

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Thinking outside the box: Therapy options in aged care

Thinking outside the box: Therapy options in aged care

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Enhancing the quality of life for elderly people is what aged care is all about. Providing care and therapy for those who need it and maintaining the dignity of individuals as they navigate the changes and challenges that come with ageing. For some, ageing can present difficulties with health including physical and psychological effects. They […]

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Dementia advocacy in aged care

Dementia advocacy in aged care

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Living with dementia is a reality for an estimated half a million Australians. While the exact number of people with dementia is unknown, what we do know is that the impact is far-reaching for those who have it and their families. According to Dementia Australia, around 250 people are being diagnosed with dementia each day […]

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National Reconciliation Week 2021

National Reconciliation Week 2021

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More than a word, Reconciliation takes action – Reconciliation Australia’s theme for 2021. The week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. The dates for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) are the same each […]

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Returning to study

Returning to study

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There’s so much to gain from returning to studying, but when you haven’t studied for a while, the thought of undertaking a course might make you feel a little nervous. You may be worried about getting into the swing of study life, or that you will be older than other students. Choosing to enrol in […]

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How your aged care facility can utilise social media

How your aged care facility can utilise social media

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Social media is a powerful tool that can help you engage with your community, market your services and create more awareness around your brand. These are all essential for the success of any business, including aged care. A little effort goes a long way on social media, so learn how to get started with posting […]

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Aged care workforce in the spotlight with Federal Budget

Aged care workforce in the spotlight with Federal Budget

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All of our clients in residential aged care or who provide home care services have been reporting shortages of quality staff for some time. They explain that they struggle to get the ‘right people’ in the door. Not being able to secure enough staff suited to the job also means that their aged care clients […]

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Reskilling the aged care workforce

Reskilling the aged care workforce

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For a sector to be the best it can be, a number of factors come into play. Firstly, the sector itself needs to be underpinned by thoughtful policies and funding. To support this, aged care workers need to be confident and capable in their ability to provide compassionate care. And for that to happen, employers […]

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Sharing experience to support aged care learners

Sharing experience to support aged care learners

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Training someone in any subject requires a level of insight and experience. In aged care, it’s important to have practical, hands-on knowledge in the sector in order to be able support someone else who wants to thrive in an aged care career. At Royal College we know how valuable this experience is, which is why […]

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