Posts in Category: Aged care
LONG waiting times and a complex online management system are some of the hurdles facing elderly residents in Wangaratta wanting to remain as long as…
IT was a simple decision for Wangaratta GP Dr Julian Fidge to become qualified to assess patients for eligibility for assisted dying.
A SECTION of St John’s Village locked down due to a flu outbreak is expected to reopen in coming days.
THE theme for National Palliative Care Week 2019 from May 19 to 25 is ‘What matters most?’
Wangaratta has made its way onto a list of Victoria’s 10 most desirable retirement locations.
MANY want to live to 100, and Jessie Lobb has done it.
A $50,000 Federal Government grant will help Pangerang Community House assist locals aged over 50 to develop their digital literacy skills.
FIFTY years after its establishment, St John’s Village has been sold by the Anglican Diocese of Wangaratta, to a Tasmanian-based aged care provider.
ST Catherine’s Hostel in Wangaratta will undergo a $14 million redevelopment, boosting capacity by 32 beds and offering a new car park access point from…
IMPROVEMENTS to its dementia unit are on the agenda for St John’s Village, as it considers an application to the 2018-’19 Aged Care Approvals Round.
Members from a broad range of sectors including health, local government and community groups attended an Age Friendly Ovens Murray Forum organised by Northeast Health…
Ms McGowan said she is “aware of community concern” in relation to the proposed merger.