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Research partners

At ACH Group, we work in partnership with a broad range of organisations, spanning the research, education, government, non-for-profit, industry, and community sectors.

We take pride in collaborating with our high-calibre partners and in working together to ensure we continue to improve our ability to support older people living good lives.

The list of organisations we have collaborated with is extensive and we are grateful for the opportunity we had to work with each one of them.
About Caring Futures Institute, Flinders University

For over 50 years, Flinders University has been a centre of inspiring achievement: from our pioneering research and excellence in teaching to the positive impact we have in the communities we serve.

At Flinders Caring Futures Institute, we are imagining a future where the highest standard of health and care is available for all who need it. Working with consumers, researchers, health care providers and policy makers from diverse backgrounds, we aim to deliver the goal of better systems, better care, better communities for better lives across the population’s lifespan.

About University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide unites and serves those striving to change the world—and themselves—for the better. It’s a place where history is made.

The University delivers outstanding health research for the benefit of society. With a strong emphasis on productive industry partnerships, respected health researchers lead transformative investigations that generate a rich stream of new insights, innovative technologies and treatments, and improved policy

About University of South Australia

The University of South Australia is a globally connected and engaged university helping to solve the problems of industry and the professions.

We are also South Australia’s largest university with over 37,000 students located across six campuses. Our teaching is industry-informed, our research is inventive and adventurous. We create knowledge that is central to global economic and social prosperity. Our graduates are the new professionals, global citizens at ease with the world and ready to create and respond to change. We are Australia’s University of Enterprise.

About National Ageing Research Institute

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) is Australia’s leading independent medical research institute in the area of ageing and aged care research. NARI specialises in translational research to accelerate change in practice and policy. For more than 45 years, NARI has produced nationally and internationally significant research to improve health outcomes and quality of life for older Australians and carers.

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About Global Centre for Modern Ageing

The Global Centre for Modern Ageing (GCMA) provides research and insights, advisory and Living Lab services to Government and NGOs, supporting them to develop better products, services, and solutions to meet the needs of the growing and changing older community. Through global and local collaborations and partnerships, GCMA conducts research that shifts the mindset on ageing, inspiring industry, and the broader community to view ageing as an opportunity.

About Office for Ageing Well, SA Health

Office for Ageing Well in the Department for Health and Wellbeing supports South Australians to age well through the Seniors Card Program, Retirement Villages Unit, Aged Care Strategy Unit, Adult Safeguarding Unit, State Ageing Policy, and Community Grants. Office for Ageing Well includes the voices of South Australia’s older people as it works to safeguard their rights, create age friendly communities, challenge ageism and respect diversity.

About The Plug-in (COTA SA)

The Plug-in is COTA SA’s specialist consumer engagement and insights research team that connects older Australians with organisations who want to understand them better. Our work has a real impact on the lives of older people and on the success of our clients.

About Volunteering Strategy for South Australia (Department for Human Services)

Volunteering plays a key role in sustaining healthy, resilient communities and contributes significantly to the quality and vibrancy of our society. The Volunteering Strategy for South Australia aims to improve the experience of our volunteers, enhance outcomes for volunteering involving organisations and supports our state reach a high volunteer participation rate.

Volunteering SA & NT

Volunteering SA & NT is a not-for-profit organisation, the peak body for volunteering and a volunteer support service, leading the sector in South Australia and the Northern Territory. Since 1982 we have worked with individuals, organisations, businesses and communities to grow, support and celebrate volunteering. Through key partnerships, we provide a range of services, support and resources for all volunteer involving organisations and almost one million volunteers, which contributes to positive volunteering experiences and the strengthening of communities.

Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA)

Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA) is leading the positive transformation of aged care across Australia. ARIIA is addressing critical sector needs, supporting government and professional commitments, and promoting collaboration and innovation.

ARIIA’s initiatives include incubators, grants, programs, and events, and our website provides trustworthy information for aged care workers, service providers, older Australians, and their families.

Learn more about ACH Group Research and Research and Development Strategy and our commitment to promoting opportunities and services to support older people to live a good life.

If you have a question related to research, contact us today.

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24 hours ago

Twenty-two staff members recently graduated from a three-day Green House Project training program at Healthia, ACH Group’s first purpose-built small household care home. This was the 6th Green House Project CORE training provided to Healthia staff since the home opened in August 2023.

The Green House Project training program helps us achieve our person-directed care and living model at Healthia, focusing on the values of real home, meaningful life, and empowered staff.

The feedback from staff was extraordinary. Comments such as “I have never enjoyed training like I just have” and “It was an experience to remember” underscored their enthusiasm.

🌟 Our Healthia team is fully committed to delivering this new model of care, with residents at the heart of everything we do. Their daily rhythm shapes life within our homes.

Learn how ACH Group continues to lead in Australia as the first to implement the Green House model of care, reinforcing our commitment to achieving good lives for older people 🔗 bit.ly/42FbnAE
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Twenty-two staff members recently graduated from a three-day Green House Project training program at Healthia, ACH Group’s first purpose-built small household care home. This was the 6th Green House Project CORE training provided to Healthia staff since the home opened in August 2023. 

The Green House Project training program helps us achieve our person-directed care and living model at Healthia, focusing on the values of real home, meaningful life, and empowered staff.

The feedback from staff was extraordinary. Comments such as “I have never enjoyed training like I just have” and “It was an experience to remember” underscored their enthusiasm.

🌟 Our Healthia team is fully committed to delivering this new model of care, with residents at the heart of everything we do. Their daily rhythm shapes life within our homes.

Learn how ACH Group continues to lead in Australia as the first to implement the Green House model of care, reinforcing our commitment to achieving good lives for older people 🔗 https://bit.ly/42FbnAE

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Are you looking for any casual or part time staff there?

Excellent model for aged care

Amrinder Waraich back to ACH