Physician and ABC producer, journalist and broadcaster, Dr Norman Swan, expressed the need for costly changes in a fragmented and ill-working aged...
Industry peak body, Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) has announced the winners for the 2020 Excellence in Aged Services (EIAS) Awards at the ...
A new package of reforms to the NDIS has been announced by the Government in response to the recommendations made in the 2019 Tune review of the NDIS Act.
Since the latest statewide lockdown of Victoria, the Federal Government is requiring all aged care workers in COVID-19 hotspot areas of Melbourne to wear face masks to protect themselves and their residents from the coronavirus spread.
Being in my 40's this has been great to: Relieve muscle stiffness and soreness, promote blood and lymph circulation. For those of us that are 40+, retirees or athletes, it can accelerate recovery after workout and exercise injury. For personal use, it is a physical therapy gun, which can improve the overall health of the body’s soft tissues, prevent inflammation caused by adhesion between the fascia and muscles.
The Federal Government has just announced a $563.3 million boost to the aged care sector's response to COVID-19, following ongoing criticism over management of the sector that cares for Australia's most vulnerable.
- If you are physically fit and mentally prepared, then you are ready to go!
- Extreme sports do require you to have some level of fitness, you might have to prepare and train beforehand
- Your insurance may not cover you for extreme sports, so make sure you aren't going to be caught out if there is an accident
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