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The Value in the Entreprenurse

Nursing has moved much away from its traditional bedside role and image. Today nurses work across many fields of practice within the healthcare domain and have also diversified into other industries that see value in their fundamentals, skills and abilities. Today I blog about the value in the ‘Entreprenurse‘. Perhaps one

How to Experience the Challenges of Dementia

Have you ever wondered what the challenges dementia patients are physically and mentally living with? It is now possible to walk in their shoes, with Churches of Christ Care securing the Australian mainland rights to the Virtual Dementia Tour®. The VTD was patented based on research directed by United States based geriatric specialist

What is your relationship with Leadership?

Lately it appears that everyone in the consulting game is an expert in leadership. With so many leadership consultants, why do we seem to have such a need for more leadership learning? Do we need confirmation that we have the leadership model, right? Perhaps someone else’s leadership model is better
What is your relationship with Leadership?

Performance Management

Learn how to manage your staff and build teamwork in Aged Care settings Registered nurses assess, plan and implement the nursing care delivered to residents. They provide leadership by directing, supporting and supervising the care given by assistants in nursing and unregulated care workers. Registered nurses liaise with doctors, allied

Older Australians to have more say in delivery of home care services

The Minister for Aged Care, Ken Wyatt, AM, MP, today launched Increasing Choice in Home Care, which gives consumers more choice in home care services – such as personal care, nursing and social support – to suit their individual needs. Mr Wyatt said the major reform will improve the way services

A Nurse is ‘NOT JUST A NURSE’​

The community has been successful in demanding reform for care delivery to the older population and the frail and vulnerable in our society. The government has moved through the reform process and the new CDC platforms of service funding and delivery are in place and rocking the boats of many

“Is it just me” or are we asleep on care planning?

Is it just me, Or does anyone else notice that the one document that we spend an incredible amount of time and energy in preparing to get right is the care plan and the one document that frontline workers (direct care workers) don’t seem to read or at least find
Frontline Care Solutions