Why do only some people plan for retirement
A person’s “psychological clock”, or innate tendency to focus more on the past, present or future, strongly influences how well they plan for retirement.
Google Defeated in English Court of Appeal
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has dismissed an attempt by Google to prevent British computer users from being able to sue it in England.
How do Aussie movie & TV streaming services compare?
Canstar Blue has reported that for the past several years, Australians wanting to stream their favourite movies and TV shows online had no legal option but to buy them outright.
Grants to keep older South Australians engaged
Thirty two South Australian community organisations will share in more than $75,000 as part of round two of the 2014-15 Grants for Seniors program.
Move more sit less for a healthy lifestyle
ACT Minister for Planning, Mick Gentleman, joined the Heart Foundation to encourage the community to live an active, healthy, life.
AMA recommends responsible use of restraint in aged care
The AMA has revised its Position Statement on Restraint in the Care of People in Residential Aged Care Facilities.
Dietitians approve chocolate this Easter – for malnourished older Australians
In a bid to help curb high rates of malnutrition among older Australians, dietitians have given the green light this Easter to spoil loved ones who may need a few extra kilojoules.
Digital divide hits all ages
One in ten young Australians under 35 feel that they have been left behind by advances in modern information communication technology and one in five say they'll be left behind in the future.
Harnessing the power of oldness at work
The release of the Intergenerational report in early March 2015 catapulted me into a state of confusion.
Salvos celebrated NSW Seniors Week
The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus marked NSW Seniors Week across its retirement villages and aged care centres with the perfect combination of scones, songs and smiles.
Palliative care plans in aged care needed
The AMA today released its new Position Statement on Palliative Approach in Residential Aged Care Facilities.
Pensioners fighting back
The Fair Go for Pensioners Coalition has stepped up its campaign to protect living standards for older Australians by heading to Canberra to meet with Federal MPs and Senators.
Six DIY injuries to watch out for
Aussies love their DIY – fuelled by the huge range of home renovation shows on our small screen, from ‘The Block’ to ‘Grand Designs’, there are DIY strategies to cover any taste and budget.
Older women in an emerging elderly underclass
Older women are increasingly at risk of homelessness in NSW after inaction by both major parties which has led to a private housing market that is excluding older women.
Product recall - Target Easter chocolate products
Target Australia Pty Ltd is conducting a recall of various chocolate Easter products.
New NSW energy rebates promised
The NSW Government’s announcement of new and increased energy rebates for low-income and vulnerable people is a welcomed promise.
Research into alleviating stress faced by carers
A University of the Sunshine Coast research project is aiming to help families cope with the ongoing stress that follows the placement of elderly loved ones into aged care facilities.
Supporting mature aged workers in Canberra
Business leaders, experts in seniors issues and government representatives met today to discuss barriers to mature aged workers.
Grants of up to $60,000 to build VIC Men’s Sheds
Communities across Victoria may apply for grants to build a new Men’s Shed, following the release of $750,000 in funding by the State Government.
Pension increase - March 2015
Centrelink pensions and allowances will increase on 20 March 2015 in line with quarterly indexation.
One in eight sees a GP at least 12 times a year
More than one-third of Australians (35.3%) went to a GP six or more times in 2012–13, and those who went most often tended to be older and less wealthy.
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