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Aged care seems expensive, and comes at a time when your finances may be dwindling. This might make you worry about whether you can afford to pay for care. In Australia, we are lucky that government subsidies can help with the costs, but you will have to jump through hoops t...
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Living with dementia can be unsettling and frustrating, but independence and quality of life can still be achieved with the right support and a few changes....
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As you age, bringing support into your home can help you to remain independent for longer and improve your quality of life. But understanding how to access services can be hard to navigate, and the wait for government subsidies can be long. So, what’s important to know now...
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Is aged care confusing and do you (or your loved ones) have the following questions: What are my aged care options? What costs are involved when entering residential care? Do I need an ACAT assessment? Should I move into a retirement village? Can I afford to move into aged c...
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No-one likes to talk about getting old. But at what age should you start thinking about your aged care needs? The answer is simple - any age is a good time. This is regardless of whether you are in your early retirement years or well into retirement. If you are lucky enough ...
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