Aged Care Steps launches 2023 Aged Care Adviser of the Year Awards

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Industry leader Aged Care Steps has launched the 2023 ACS Aged Care Adviser of the Year Awards. Following the success of their inaugural awards last year, Aged Care Steps is... Read more continue reading

Federal Budget 2023: What happened for aged care?

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No news is good news. For clients accessing aged care, that might be the view of this year’s Federal Budget. Clients accessing aged care services have avoided an increase in... Read more continue reading

Funding residential aged care

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Some of your older clients – or clients’ parents – may need to enter residential aged care. The funding model is complex and the costs not insignificant. This article, proudly... Read more continue reading

Home equity and in-home care funding

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Australians have long regarded their home as their castle. And for many retired Australians, home is also a safe haven, something that has become increasingly apparent since the COVID pandemic... Read more continue reading

Retirement – the move to residential aged care

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Not all older Australians need residential aged care; however, for those that do need to access it, the process is complex and the costs significant. This article, proudly sponsored by... Read more continue reading

CPD: Retirement – Independent living

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As your clients get older, living independently in their own home may become more challenging. If a client needs assistance, there are many services to support a diverse range of... Read more continue reading

Aged Care Steps announces 2022 is the year of the aged care adviser

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Industry leader Aged Care Steps has announced that 2022 is the Year of the Aged Care Adviser, with the culmination of an ageing population and market factors bringing aged care... Read more continue reading

Aged care and the 2021-22 Federal Budget

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Aged care featured as a centrepiece of the 2021-22 Federal Budget handed down by Government on 11 May. The Budget outlined a 5-year aged care reform plan, at a cost... Read more continue reading

Working through live-in aged carer issues

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With many baby-boomers dreading the prospect of going into an old-folks home, house-sharing may look like the answer. Doug is almost 80 but in quite reasonable health.  He can do... Read more continue reading

FASEA requirements for aged care advice

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The FASEA regulations have had an unsettling effect on the industry and much of the discussion to date has centred around disruption and educational and exam requirements. But now is... Read more continue reading