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Aged Care Worries As 457 Foreign Worker Visas Stopped

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Apr19
Yesterday, the Federal Government announced it would be getting rid of the current 457 visas, which is used to bring foreign skilled workers to Australia on a temporary basis, and replace it with two new temporary visas. Two New Visas Many aged care providers in Australia are now worried about

Dementia Virtual Reality

Dementia Virtual Reality Program Allows Users to Experience Dementia First Hand

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Apr19
It’s easy to see the effects of someone affected with dementia from an outsider’s perspective. We can see the signs; a loss of memory, mood swings, a difficulty with everyday tasks, and so on. But many of us are unable to fully comprehend what living with dementia entails. To attempt

Home Care Services In Wales

Home Care Services in Wales Under Extreme Financial Pressures

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Apr06
Thousands of home care services in Wales are said to be facing ‘desperate’measures as a result of being financially unable to provide the services required by their patients. Many providers say they simply cannot deliver the service on the local council budgets they receive. An investigation led by the BBC’s current

New Sensory Therapy For Dementia

New Sensory Therapy For Dementia Could Be Highly Beneficial

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Apr06
Sensory therapy for dementia is but one of many therapy techniques used to help those suffering from the disease, but a recent study has found that sensory therapy involving magnets may help stimulate the brain and boost brain function, which in turn could help patients. The study Research for the

Understood Condition In Home Care

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – The Less Understood Condition In Home Care

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Mar23
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis, is a syndrome that causes persistent fatigue that does not go away with sleep or rest. It affects around 250,00 Australians, from Bondi Junction to Perth, with one in four having to rely on home care services as a result of their

Vitamin E Found Not To Delay Dementia

Vitamin E Found Not To Delay Dementia

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Mar21
A recent study has found that taking antioxidant supplements, such as vitamin E and selenium, does not, in fact, delay the onset of dementia as previously predicted. Antioxidants have previously interested those in dementia research, as it has been commonly suggested that oxidative stress could be a leading cause of

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