A campaign to encourage older people to have their say to help inform National’s policy development has been launched.
An Auckland event on Friday will focus on helping people to prevent loneliness and social isolation as they age and enter retirement.
A new report shows that aged care providers have been negatively impacted by the Care & Support Workers’ Pay Equity Settlement and that the funding model review can’t come soon enough for the sector.
Grey Power has expressed concerns that the Supergold card is being used fraudulently by younger people and is calling for photo ID to be added the cards.
NewsHub and the Blind Foundation partnered together to swap regular members of the news production crew with people living with no or low vision.
More than 800,000 people have been stripped of insurance funds set aside to cover their funeral costs when they die after Southern Cross pulled the pin on the benefit.
Employers should have to continue paying KiwiSaver contributions to people who are over 65, an academic has told politicians considering changes to the scheme.
Family carers are encouraged to complete Funded Family Care survey and Carers’ Strategy Action Plan survey – both soon to close.
A United States survey revealed that 39% of people who have yet to retire have not started saving for retirement. How does that compare to New Zealanders?
The feared exit of aged care nurses to DHBs is eventuating, says the New Zealand Aged Care Association. One facility manager, working nights to cover roster gaps, fears the pay gap could “bleed aged care dry”. The nurses’ union NZNO argues that migration is not the answer.