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Are you an NDIS school leaver? Here’s what you need to know about making the transition to work and further education. Transitioning from school to further study, work or other opportunities can be a challenging time for anyone. Especially people with a disability, and NDIS school leavers. But with a little preparation, this can a
Catch Newcastle & Hunter Community Health at the Hunter Disability Expo 2020 The Hunter Disability Expo 2020 is a unique opportunity for those with a disability in the Hunter. Carers and loved ones can come along, and speak with service providers directly and all in one place. Over two days, there will be an assortment
The holiday season is often a time of joy, but many feel overwhelmed by the stress that comes along with the holidays. This is why NHCH are here to provide all the nursing support you need. In a Roy Morgan study it was reported that over 7.6 million Australians felt stressed over the festive season
At the end of October 2019 the Royal Commission released the Aged Care Quality and Safety’s Interim Report titled ‘Neglect’. As the title would suggest, the report revealed dreadful facts about the current Aged Care system in Australia. At Newcastle and Hunter Community Health, we pride ourselves on providing a service that caters to the needs
The recently introduced improvements to pricing transparency and comparability for services enabling older Australians to remain living independently in their home longer are a welcome reform in support of consumer driven care. All providers are required to publish prices for services including personal care, nursing and social support on the My Aged Care Service Finder
For adult children, watching your parents age can be difficult at times. While it seems easier to tiptoe around the fact that they are getting older, it’s important that you take the time to understand their care preferences before they face any major health or ageing issues. Unfortunately, many families don’t have the conversation with