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More than 250 delegates from a range of sectors will converge in Melbourne next month to discuss how aged care services can be more inclusive of other cultures.
The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing Conference will host around 50 presentations that highlight better practice initiatives to improve the lives of older Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
A Victorian aged care organisation has sent eight of its staff on a two week trip to Changchun to exchange industry best practice with the Chinese.
The scholarship winners, comprising nurses, carers and managers, set off on Saturday, piloting cross-cultural exchange within Southern Cross Care (Vic).
Brienna Marsh spent last Christmas at the aged care facility where her elderly grandparents now live, an experience the 25-year-old artist described as “not ideal.”
Moments like these were the source of Macnish’s latest work commmisioned by Next Wave Festival, HOME.
Most of us have a vague understanding of the symptoms but very few can relate to the struggle of living with dementia.
Thanks to Unreal Dimension Kit (UDK), an award-wining game engine, Alzheimer’s Australia Vic have created an immersive simulation program to allow individuals to experience first-hand what it might be like to have dementia.
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