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ACH Group innovation recognised in national aged care award

November 15, 2019

ACH Group’s work to attract more nurses to the aged care sector has been recognised in the 2019 HESTA Aged Care Awards announced yesterday. ACH Group’s Student Placement Team has taken out the Team Innovation category in the awards, which recognise Aus … READ MORE

Update on the Royal Commission

November 1, 2019

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety released an interim report on 31 October 2019, providing insight into what the Commission has learnt from 13 hearings held across the country and over 6800 submissions since January 2019. The Commi … READ MORE

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Dementia a focus of exchange

October 28, 2019

A group of aged care workers from Sun-Vision Social Welfare Corporation in Japan will spend a week in South Australia learning about the latest in dementia care, prevention and understanding as part of an exchange with not-for-profit aged care provider … READ MORE

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ACH Group a finalist in 2019 HESTA Aged Care Awards

October 21, 2019

ACH Group’s work to attract more nurses to the aged care sector has been recognised in the 2019 HESTA Aged Care Awards. ACH Group’s Student Placement Team is one of four national finalists in the Team Innovation category. A total of 12 finalists have b … READ MORE

Nature Play

October 2, 2019

Finding ways around too much ‘screen time’ is a constant challenge for today’s parents, grandparents and carers. We’ve tracked down some great outdoor play spaces to help get you and the kids out and about this spring.   St Kilda Mangrove Trail Ex … READ MORE

Spring allergies and hay fever

September 25, 2019

Warmer weather brings our gardens to life, but also the pollens and other allergens that trigger hay fever.   People who experience allergic rhinitis can be severely affected by symptoms such as a runny nose, congestion, itchy, red eyes (allergic … READ MORE

In the swim

September 25, 2019

Exercising in water offers many benefits to people who are recovering from injury or living with a range of conditions, from mild to chronic. As well as its abilities to calm, relax and ease pain, water also supports our body weight reducing stress on … READ MORE

In the garden with Sophie Thomson

September 25, 2019

Going up! Vertical gardens can save on space, add shade and screen unwanted areas. Sophie Thomson shares her tips on going up and over.   Vertical vegies If you only have limited space, why not grow something productive? A passionfruit is evergreen but … READ MORE

Explore New Zealand

September 25, 2019

For its size, New Zealand offers plenty of awe-inspiring and epic sights. On the North Island you’ll find miles and miles of spectacular coastline and tranquil beaches, rolling green hills and rugged mountain ranges, geothermal wonders and sprawling fa … READ MORE

Cheong Liew’s ingredients of a good life

September 25, 2019

Synonymous with fine dining in Adelaide for years, legendary chef Cheong Liew reflects on his rise to fame, from Neddy’s to The Grange, and shares his thoughts on Instagram, gardening and being ‘Gung Gung’. You were a big part of the food movement in t … READ MORE

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