The Melbar team is growing, and we have welcomed many new team members, one of which is our experienced and qualified clinical managers.
According to a study done by the Australian Department of Health, seniors over 65 years old are at a high risk of suffering from dementia. Even though early detection of dementia is becoming more and more common, cultural and linguistic barriers make it particularly easy to misdiagnose early onset dementia for Australian seniors from multi-ethnic backgrounds.
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.
In addition to the typical Melbar services we provide, professional care worker services and case management services, we can also provide you with professional registered nurse assessment.
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.
Hearing awareness week (March 1st till 7th) is here and we want to make sure you have the best possible quality of life by understanding the available resources and services.
March 8th is celebrated as International Women’s Day.Melbar as an organisation with over 150 female employees has been committed to respecting, recognising and caring for women.
The Australian Covid-19 vaccine roll-out strategy began on the 22nd of February 2021, and aims to have as many people vaccinated as possible in 2021 by providing it free of charge.
We sincerely wish every member of the Melbar community and your loved ones health, happiness, safety and prosperity in the new year!