Launch of New Aged Care Community Website
Gold Coast, QLD, Australia – (News4us.com) January 04, 2012
Complete Aged Care, a leading Australian Aged Care Placement Service, with its head office based at the Gold Coast has collaborated with leading Aged Care Industry Specialists in offering their experience and advice to carers and their loved ones in one easy to navigate website.
The Complete Aged Care Community Partners portal provides information ranging from keeping your loved one at home safely for as long as possible, aged care financial awareness, lifestyle and cultural awareness, ageing issues for minority communities, how to understand dementia, palliative care, registered nursing secrets for home care, moving into Residential Aged Care Homes and much, much more.
Our Community Partners range from financial advisors, medical professionals, dementia specialists, solicitors and Diversional therapists.
The Community Partners portal was developed in direct response to feedback from carers and members of our ageing population.
Business partners Ann Bingham, a highly experienced Registered Nurse and Kristine Fletcher Wode, Business Management Expert found that whilst information concerning aged care is available, it is difficult to access easily and is not available in one, simple to navigate location.
The information is also sometimes so complex and this needed to be supplied in a more practical method to the communities.
“The National LGBTI Health Alliance congratulates Complete Aged Care on its exciting new initiative.
We believe this will be a valuable source of information for ageing Australians, their carers and families, including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Australians whose unique issues and needs are finally being recognised and addressed.”
Kristine Fletcher Wode, Director of Complete Aged Care states, “Our ageing population is, in most of the cases we come across, blissfully unaware of the extent to which their lives are impacted once they require care or are no longer able to be cared for at home.
We wanted to create a place that provides good quality information to people, so they are aware of their options and their rights particularly when they need to move into a residential aged care home or even dealing with their family dynamics.
Having all these wonderful experts offer up their advice and experience to help us achieve this informational portal is one of the most inspiring projects I have ever been involved with and I feel very humbled that we are able to facilitate such an exciting ageing awareness campaign.”
Stage II of the website, ie: The Community Partners portal is being released on Monday 9th January 2012.
To sight Stage I, the Placement Service component please visit www.completeagedcare.com
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