Royal Commission: Hidden Fees Cutting Care

How much of your home care package is going towards your care? Our previous blog addressed the Royal Commission and its goal to create a sustainable and compassionate aged care system that’s fit for the future. The latest issue to be highlighted are the difficulties care workers are facing in providing necessary care for their clients, as well as […]

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

Our trusted Lawyer Phillip Briffa from PB Ritz Lawyers is helping us understand, what is an Enduring Power of Attorney and the importance of having one in place. Power of Attorney – Who Needs One? Enduring Power of Attorney An enduring power of attorney is a special legal document that enables you to nominate one […]

New Charter raises the standards of elderly care

New Charter raises the standards of elderly care

We are pleased at Eremea to report that as of July 1st 2019, a new Charter of Rights has been passed under the aged care quality and safety reforms to improve the quality of care and standards of care devoted to our elderly across Australia. The new Charter covers 14 fundamental protections including safe, quality […]

Aged Care Advice: More than Just Finances

There’s no “one size fits all” solution when it comes to aged care. Individual care requirements are as varied as the amount of services available. Choosing the right aged care services for your situation can be a difficult and overwhelming process, especially when doing it alone. It’s best to break down the process into as […]

Royal Commission into Aged Care: What it Means for You

The recent Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has been receiving a lot of attention in the media, and it can lead to questions like, “what does this mean for me?” or “how will this affect my current situation?”. It can feel like a very stressful and uncertain period, so it’s important to […]

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