aged care

Introduction to Aged Care: How to Care for Elderly Family Members
Mar
31

Can school-leavers become Aged Care workers?

The aged care industry is facing a revolution, with the recent Royal Commission into Aged Care ushering in many changes to the sector on every level. The industry is in need of many new qualified workers, and that means there are lots of opportunities available, no matter your education level. Australia is facing an ageing [...]
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Sep
14

Are you looking to join the workforce?

Research shows that students who did a VET course during school are more likely to be employed full-time or permanently, five years after their studies. If you want to join the workforce, why not consider taking a VET course? With more funding and government subsidies put towards vocational education, a VET course might get you [...]
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Aug
26

Aged care sector in urgent need of new workers

If you have ever considered working as a carer for some of Australia’s most vulnerable citizens, it may be time to act. According to worldwide trends, now more than ever is the time to start a career in aged care. The aged care sector is currently facing a high demand for skilled workers. The June [...]
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Jul
28

2021 is the year to enter the care sector with a 40% rise

Care sector will see almost 40% of all the projected new job opportunities in the emerging professions by 2023: World Economic Forum report Employment for personal care workers will increase by 80,600 by 2023. According to a report on the jobs of tomorrow by the World Economic Forum, nearly 40% of all the projected job [...]
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Sep
25

Demand for aged care workers to rise

COVID-19 has been a particularly testing time for health, aged care, and disability services providers. With the elderly being the most vulnerable, care workers in Australia have been working tirelessly to ensure that older people in care, receive the health care and support they need. The pandemic has been an exceptionally difficult time, putting added [...]
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Sep
07

New Radio Project to Aid Culturally Diverse Aged Care Communities

Australia is widely known as a culturally diverse country. For example, the city of Sydney and the state of New South Wales,  where the state houses an estimated 250 different languages that came from the different parts of the world. Australia itself as a whole is rich in cultural history. With the different languages being […]

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Sep
05

Aged Care Residents Facing New Risk on Doctor Visitation According to Survey

In Australia, there exists around 80 per cent of Australians that are aged 65 years and up who rely on their age pension. Currently, the country houses around 3.7 million Australians aged 65 and up, which is already 15 per cent of the population. The population growth of the ageing is also expected to increase […]

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Aug
29

Introduction to Aged Care: How to Care for Elderly Family Members

It’s a common scenario among people to compare the struggles of taking care of a growing child and an ageing parent. However, Iona, an ageing organisation in the United States, stated that the two are separate and should not be compared directly to one another. The organisation explains the demands of childcare should not be […]

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