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This podcast episode discusses the characteristics of people identified as having dementia or Alzheimer's disease in the 2009 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Caring.
Australian Social Trends (AST) podcasts bring you short, easy listening highlights from the Australian Bureau of...
This report focuses on trends in fall-related hospital care for people aged 65 and older that occurred over the period 1999-00 to 2010-11. Information is also presented on the incidence and burden of hospitalised fall injury in the financial year 2010-11....
This paper outlines the post retirement travel entitlements provided to former parliamentarians, discusses recent policy developments and provides links to material that explains retirement travel in greater detail.
Former parliamentarians are provided with a post retirement travel, severance travel or Life...
This report details the number of people who experienced severe incontinence in 2009, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers. It includes estimates of prevalence rates and total expenditure on incontinence, as well as the number of primary carers...
In a tough political and budget year with several major initiatives to be funded - most notably the Gonski education reforms and the National Disability Insurance Scheme, now known as DisabilityCare Australia - the health and ageing section of the 2013-14 Budget has fared reasonably...
Due to increased life expectancy, the number of older Australians with a long-term disability, such as intellectual disability is increasing. More people with disability are facing retirement. People with intellectual disability can be reluctant to leave their familiar work environment, and may find it hard...