Older New Zealanders are one of the groups that BNZ's Closed For Good will be focussing on today.
The rest home sector has raised serious concerns about the shortage of aged care nurses as DHB-union negotiations and current immigration policy settings are likely to deter many nurses from working in aged care.
A NZ Herald article reports on the findings of an ageing study which shows that older people can and want to remain in the workforce.
Applications are open for Whakakotahi 2019, a quality improvement programme which involves the Health Quality & Safety Commission partnering with primary care teams to work on improvement projects.
An INsite reader is calling for more community singing groups to benefit people's mental health and wellbeing.
Wellington’s iconic Sprott House is set to be taken over by a larger provider in an effort for the independent aged care provider to remain sustainable as, like many other small providers, it struggles to keep up with costs of the pay equity legislation.
The establishment of a cross-party parliamentary champions group is a step closer to seeing accessibility legislation passed.
Upon announcing her decision to step down as chief executive of the Home and Community Health Association (HCHA), Julie Haggie shares some of the highlights and challenges of the past eight years with INsite.
Sufficient suitable homes must be built for older people and others with accessibility needs when planning for social housing in the future, Associate Minister of Health Jenny Salesa told Homespace forum delegates yesterday. Rachel Helyer Donaldson reports.
Plans are underway to implement a new positive ageing strategy.