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Aged care and home care sectors welcome new Government

The aged care sector is keen to discuss a number of key issues with the new coalition government, including pay equity, immigration and interRAI.

Selwyn defends staff pay rates

Selwyn Foundation's Garry Smith countered an attack on Selwyn's wage rates by the Living Wage Movement Aotearoa New Zealand saying they are increasing pay rates as they can afford it.

Strong relationships and planning the key to a good retirement

It’s important to plan for the emotional aspects of retirement as well as the financial ones, according to Barry LaValley, Canadian educator and author of recently launched book 'So you think you’re ready to retire'.

Aged care providers gear up for ARRC contract negotiations

Aged care providers gear up for 2018/19 Age-Related Residential Care (ARRC) Services Agreement negotiations.

Aged Care Channel launches in New Zealand

Aged Care Channel has recently launched in New Zealand. INsite catches up with new manager JULIE SPARKS to find out what it's all about.

Study group the way to success for Tongan support worker

A peer mentoring programme proved to be instrumental to Tongan support worker Ainise Toupili's learning success.

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Editorial: In loving memory

INsite editor, JUDE BARBACK, reflects on her late grandfather's final years and how our aged care systems must flex and adapt to meet the many and varied needs of older New Zealanders.

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