LASA welcomes shorter home care queue but urges more action

Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), the voice of aged care, welcomes the reduction in the home care waiting list but says there are still too many older Australians assessed as needing care in their homes who are not getting care at the level they require. Latest...

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A trailblazer in dementia specific educational innovation

  Churches of Christ in Queensland (CofCQ) and Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), the voice of aged care, are pleased to announce their partnership in an educational tool to improve understanding and quality of care of people living with dementia. The Virtual...

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LASA recognised for innovation in age services

  LASA’s Principal Advisor – Innovation, Merlin Kong Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), the voice of aged care, is proud to be recognised for its leadership in promoting innovation in age services through the award-winning innovAGEING initiative. LASA and...

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Australia Recognises Aged Care Workforce

Australia’s aged care workforce is being recognised today for the positive contribution its hundreds of thousands of members make to the lives of older Australians and the wider community. Aged Care Employee Day is a national day to say thank you to the more than...

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