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Exporting our Expertise to China

Published: 30 Nov 2017

Life Care, in partnership with Southern Cross Care SA & NT and Eldercare, has formed a new company to tap into China’s rapidly growing aged care industry by exporting sought after knowledge-based services.

The leading South Australian aged care providers have announced the new joint venture entity named Australian Ageing and Wellness Services (AA&WS) which recently secured its first contract to deliver coaching and development services over the next 12 months to a new aged care provider in Yantai, Shandong.

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MediMap - An Australian first that delivers more personalised medication management

Published: 09 Nov 2017

Life Care has partnered with TerryWhite Chemmart and Procura Software to introduce Australia’s first truly paperless medication charting system.

The medication charting system, known as MediMap, is an electronic prescribing and medication charting tool for the aged and community care sector.

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August Special - Bring a Friend Free*

Published: 01 Aug 2017

Life Care Active can help you gain strength and mobility to become active and improve your fitness. We are please to offer you the opportunity to 'Bring a Friend for FREE' to a Pilates class.

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Life Care Welcomes National Reforms

Published: 01 Mar 2017

The Australian Government rolled out landmark changes on Monday 27 February that will improve the way that home care services are delivered to older South Australians. Life Care at Home currently supports close to 1,000 older South Australians requiring support in their own home and assistance with opportunities outside of the home such as transportation to and from appointments.

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Best Practice in Dementia Care Program 2016

Published: 22 Dec 2016

​In November 2016 Life Care welcomed Shirley Law back to Australia.  Shirley is Head of Learning and Development at the Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) which is part of the Social Sciences Department of Stirling University, Scotland.

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