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Aged Care

Aged Care Online Courses – What You Need to Know

0 Comments   Posted: 19/06/17   by John

Aged care services are in huge demand today, but how do you take advantage of this demand to start a career? Employers are now looking for more Australians to give individual care and support to seniors in aged and community care centres, and candidates with formal qualifications are the top priority. However, there are many Read the full post

Certificate III Aged Care and Certificate IV Ageing Support: What’s the Difference?

14 Comments   Posted: 21/04/17   by Luke Imbong

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Australia’s population is facing an alarming trend: we’re getting older – fast. Our population is ageing so quickly that 1 out of every 5 Australians will be 65 years or older within just a few decades, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics only expects it to “increase more rapidly over the next decade.” This means Australia now Read the full post

Parkinson’s Services and Resources for Patients and Carers in Australia

0 Comments   Posted: 05/04/16   by Luke Imbong

Parkinson's

Do you know someone with Parkinson’s? If you don’t, there’s a good chance you will in the next few years. Parkinson’s Disease is one of the most rapidly growing conditions among Australians today. If you think only seniors and the aged are prone, think again. 1 out of every 5 Parkinson’s patients today are young Read the full post

Never Too Late to Learn: NSW Seniors Festival 2016

0 Comments   Posted: 01/04/16   by Luke Imbong

Young at Heart Film Festival for the Aged

Is age just a number? You bet it is. Too many Australians today are too scared to pursue their goals and passions because they feel too old. This doesn’t just apply to work skills and training courses, but also for putting yourself out there and simply growing to maximise your potential. The 2016 New South Read the full post

Don’t Get Old Before your Time! : Awesome anti-aging brain games for adults that keep you young and sharp

1 Comment   Posted: 26/11/15   by Luke Imbong

Mind and Brain Games for Adults and Seniors

Anti-aging brain games for adults that keep you sharp and active   Growing old and getting wrinkles is inevitable, but there’s heaps of things you can do to keep your mind active and young for longer. Playing brain games for adults is one of the best ways to do just that. Brain stimulating puzzles and Read the full post

National Carers Week 2015: Why Australia Needs More Carers

0 Comments   Posted: 12/10/15   by Luke Imbong

National Carers Week 2015

Unpaid Carers: Australia’s Invisible Heroes Carers are the massive yet well-hidden pillars holding up Australia’s healthcare system without us noticing. Unknown to most Australians, carers contribute massively to the country. Their services are worth more than $60.3 billion each year, according to a 2015 report launched in Parliament. That’s 3.8% of our GDP being provided Read the full post

Certificate III in Individual Support: What You Need to Know

33 Comments   Posted: 22/09/15   by Luke Imbong

Certificate III in Individual Support

Cert III in Individual Support: New Aged, Disability and Community Care Course Update: The new CHC33015 Cert III in Individual Support online course is now open for enrolments! Simply click below to get more details on your preferred training qualification: Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) Certificate III in Read the full post

How to Become an Aged Care Trainer

35 Comments   Posted: 06/08/15   by Luke Imbong

Aged Care Trainers and Assessors If you’re passionate about your work in caring for the elderly or the disabled, why not grow your career in the field by learning to train other people to do the same? Personal care services are thriving in Australia thanks to our rapidly ageing population. It’s no surprise many people Read the full post

What does Palliative Care mean for Aged Carers?

0 Comments   Posted: 05/06/15   by Luke Imbong

Palliative Care Training Courses in Aged Care We Australians rarely talk about the final days of life, particularly our own. Aged care work usually involves providing assistance to the elderly and help them lead active lives, but sometimes it also means you will help patients prepare for death. End of life care, known as palliative Read the full post

How to do Reflective Writing for Aged Care

0 Comments   Posted: 03/06/15   by Luke Imbong

What is Reflective Writing? Have you been told to write a reflective essay for your aged care, disability or community care qualification? Don’t worry if you haven’t done it before, it’s more manageable than you think. Reflective writing is one of the assessment methods you’ll encounter as part of your aged care, disability or home Read the full post

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