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Essential Services Update for Greater Sydney

Home care for the ageing population of Australia is an essential service In Greater Sydney, our staff will always carry proof of their address to comply with the direction of our state government Our carers and clients will wear masks for all client services, including indoors Update to Oxley Home Care  Services in Greater Sydney…
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Want to live longer and happier? Here’s how…

Most of us would like to live for a long time. And, while we’re at it, to have fun. So, what do the experts recommend that we do to achieve this goal? “The most important advice we offer people about longevity is, “throw away your lists,” says Howard Friedman, Professor of Psychology at the University…
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Are you eligible for Veterans Home Care?

For those who have served our country in the military, or are a widow or widower of a veteran, there are a range of home care services and entitlements which may be claimed. The Federal Government’s  Veterans’ Home Care Program (VHC) includes a range of services to help support eligible veterans, war widows and widowers to remain…
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Tips for choosing the right aged care for you or your loved ones

Finding the best aged care for your loved one can be a difficult journey – for all of the family. According to Choice, Australia’s leading advocacy group, the fear of moving to unknown surroundings, painful accidents, hospital visits and long waiting lists are just some of the issues faced daily by elderly Australians. Despite the lack…
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Top five things you need to know about Home Care Assistance

When the time has come to consider home care assistance, it is critical to ensure the home care provider is the right choice for a loved one. There are a number of factors to consider, including: The level of care required It’s vital to have a clear assessment (and not just a personal opinion) on…
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10 things you can do to prevent dementia

In Australia, there are over 1,500 new cases of dementia diagnosed each week. It’s predicted that by 2050 there will be almost one million Australians with the condition and 10 times as many family members and friends directly impacted by its effects, according to Neuroscience Research Australia. Dementia is the second leading cause of death…
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Older Australians making the most of social media and apps

A recent report undertaken at Griffith University has found that the number of older Australians using social media and apps to stay connected with family and friends is “surging”. It appears that older Australians are catching up with their younger, tech-savvy peers. As technology has become user-friendly so that almost “anyone can use it”, older Australians aged…
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Dementia is second leading cause of death of Australians…

The number of deaths in Australia from dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease, has increased by 68 per cent over the past decade while other leading causes of death, such as heart disease, stroke and other circulatory conditions have decreased over the same period. According to the Causes of Death 2017 Report released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics…
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Five things to do in Sydney with an elderly relative…

If you’re seeking venues in Sydney to take an elderly relative for an outing or day-trip, perhaps you might like to consider the five places featured below. Each venue is wheelchair or pram accessible, features disabled toilets where available, is almost free to enter and is situated less than an hour’s drive from Sydney’s CBD.…
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