Embracing the new chapter of caring for a loved one

23 November

Caring for an elderly family member is a journey that encompasses both the heart and the home. When the time comes for a loved one to move into an aged care facility, the dynamics of care and communication evolve, presenting new challenges and...[Read More]

Financial management when a loved one dies

23 February

Losing a loved one is probably one of the most stressful events one will ever go through in life. It will leave you feeling distraught and devastated, so sorting out their finances is the last thing you’d be concerned about. It could be...[Read More]

Staying fit and active ‘best way to stave off dementia’

22 February

Staying active throughout adulthood could help stave off dementia though even smaller bouts of exercise may help, British research suggests. A long-term study found that people who exercise as they age are more likely to have good brain health than...[Read More]

Aged Care data not inaccurate: minister

21 December

Aged Care Minister Anika Wells is defending the new aged care star rating system against criticism it should be pulled down, accusing the coalition of trying to undermine transparency and drag the sector back into “darkness”. The opposition says...[Read More]

3 Tips to Maximise Your Age Pension

9 November

Over two million seniors rely on the Age Pension for retirement income, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). Currently, you can start receiving the pension at age 66.5, but by the middle of 2023, you’ll need to be 67...[Read More]