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Finding the right support to live well as you age, or recover from a health incident can be challenging to navigate and at times, overwhelming. Here, you will find educational articles and resources about retirement living, home care packages, residential care homes, living well with dementia and social experiences.

Things to consider when moving to nursing home

Residential care: 5 things to consider

Have you heard the term ‘residential care’, but don’t know what it all means? Are you concerned about your safety and security living at home or that of a loved one, but don’t know what options are available? This article is for you. What is residential care? Residential care refers
Celebrating International Women's Day at ACH Group

Celebrating women of ACH Group

Celebrating a workplace where women thrive and establish career pathways On March 8 each year the achievements of women are honoured across the world. At ACH Group we employ almost 2,000 people across SA, of which 76% are female. We celebrate having a workplace where women thrive and are given
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Building neighbourly connections

Sometimes as people age, they may find it harder to stay in touch with friends and it can be easy to feel isolated and lonely. Being part of an inclusive, welcoming community removes many of the barriers to building and maintaining lasting friendships and a genuine sense of belonging. Living

3 signs your loved ones may need help at home

It is normal to feel concerned about your loved ones as they age. Have you noticed their house isn’t as clean as it used to be? Have you noticed they have difficulties doing some everyday tasks? You may even notice subtle changes in their memory. This can be a worrying.

Home care packages: costs and fees explained

Estimating the cost of Home Care Packages When it comes to Home Care Packages, it can be confusing understanding what is funded by the government and how much you may need to pay out of pocket. If you’re new to Home Care Packages and looking to learn more about the
Two older people engaging in a happy conversation, drinking tea at retirement living unit

Social inclusion week

Social Inclusion Connect, collaborate & celebrate for social inclusion Social Inclusion Week (19 – 27 November 2022) aims to help all Australians feel included and valued, giving everyone the opportunity to participate fully in society. What is social inclusion? Social inclusion is defined as the process of improving the terms
Older man, looking concerned, sitting in his home office, with a laptop and calculator, holding a pen. There's a paperwork on a table.

What are the risks of being scammed?

Are you scam aware? Society’s growing reliance on technology is providing scammers with new opportunities to target Australians. First, it was mail scams then telephone scams. Nowadays the rise of digitalisation has provided scammers with an array of additional channels to execute their tactics. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
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It’s time to Get Online

It’s time to Get Online! Get Online Week aims to close the digital divide. Campaign lead, Good Things Foundation Australia believes everyone deserves the opportunity to safely participate in our digital word. Research shows 1 in 4 Australians are digitally excluded which includes not having affordable access to the internet

Downsizing: tips to get started

Thinking about downsizing? 5 simple tips go get you started Have you ever looked around the house and felt a bit overwhelmed by the clutter surrounding you? Do you dream of living a minimalistic lifestyle? Is excessive clutter around the house causing you stress and affecting how you live life?
Lady thinking about homecare package

Preparing for your home care package

You’ve been approved for a Home Care Package and have been advised you’re on the national waiting list. What can you do during the wait time to prepare for your Home Care Package (HCP)? Avenues for short-term support Depending on the support you require, you may be eligible for help