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Minister of Health Volunteer Awards open

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards.

Budget 2018 wish lists for aged care and home support

The Australian Budget delivered funding increases for home care and residential aged care services – will the New Zealand Budget follow suit? INsite asks aged care and home support organisations what they would like to see in this year’s Budget.

Retirement village operators recognise the need to keep on evolving

The ANZ’s annual survey of retirement village operators showed that people are the top priority – both in terms of staffing issues and meeting changing customer demands.

Day in the life of….a health care assistant

INsite meets health care assistant Simone O’Connor who works at PSC Enliven Central's Kandahar Home & Hospital in Masterton.

Red flags for the retirement village sector

Property, investment, banking experts and providers all largely agree that despite the continued growth of New Zealand’s retirement village sector, there are some red flags on the horizon.

Here come the baby boomers!

New research shows that baby boomers want choice and control as they enter old age.

Australians don’t trust their aged care industry – do Kiwis trust ours?

A new report shows that most Australians don’t trust their aged care industry. Do New Zealanders feel the same way about our industry?

New tool to measure quality of life in aged care

The Caring Futures Institute at Flinders University is leading research into developing a new quality of life measure that aged care providers can use for quality assessments with their clients. Researchers from the College of...

Opinion: Nursing education – when theory doesn’t meet practice

Having worked for a number of years and completed all the available training as a caregiver in the broad intellectual disability field, I wanted to understand more anatomy and physiology, which I identified as...

Older Kiwis in better health – but cost still a barrier for many

A Commonwealth Fund survey found older New Zealanders are in better health than older adults in the ten other countries surveyed, but a relatively high percentage of older Kiwis still face cost-related barriers to healthcare services.
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