Melbar upgrades the equipment purchasing process, introduces a new digital management platform and attends forum for Dementia training.
In Australia, over 1 .7 million people have some form of kidney disease and you can lose up to 90% of your kidney function before getting any symptoms.
“I think it takes a lot of love and patience to be a care worker. This career requires constant efforts, and you need to face different challenges along the way, but the job is so meaningful”
“Since being at Melbar, I have developed a more comprehensive understanding on Australian welfare policies. I feel fulfilled seeing all the seniors that we have helped and I am confident about my future retirement. I believe that when I am older and need help, I will receive the same level of love and care.”
Respect, Care and Dignity – Government commits to historic reform to deliver Respect and Care for Senior Australians
The Australian federal government responded quickly to the final report and promised to add a $452 million to continue to promote aged care reforms.
MELBAR 人物 VOL.5 —— 服务协调 Leo Liu
The Melbar team is constantly working with experts in different fields. We do this through improving our knowledge and skills, to provide a better aged care service for the senior community.
Congrats to Michelle on winning the Care Worker of the Month in February 2021
How can Case Managers provide information, welfare and advocacy support to the seniors and their families?
To provide more support and care to people living with dementia and their family, dementia training, education and support will get a $44 million boost provided by the government. This funding will extend national programs provided by Dementia Training Australia and Dementia Support Australia for another year.