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Here’s what studies and The Conversation readers say… Social connections help retain a sense of purpose in older age. Image from shutterstock.com Joseph Ibrahim, Monash University A challenge facing the recently announced Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety … Continue reading What is ‘quality’ in aged care?
Republished from The Conversation Most aged-care residents don’t feel like they are loved or belong in their facility. Image from shutterstock.com Lee-Fay Low, University of Sydney All humans have fundamental needs. These are physiological (food, drink, clothing, sleep), safety (emotional … Continue reading REPUBLISHED: How our residential aged-care system doesn’t care about older people’s emotional needs
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