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To live healthy and independent lives we all need some key skills. Few would be more fundamental than cooking. Combine this with the skill to budget and shop effectively and you are well on the way to a life of your own direction.
Act for Kids have recently updated their Gold Coast Community Services Directory.
An amended Acute Resuscitation Plan (ARP) form is now available for use in any health setting (nursing homes, community residential care, outpatient clinics, GP practices or the patient’s home) in Queensland.
As of 18 January 2020, the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) has changed how new vaccination providers access the AIR site.
Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health and wellbeing support to former and current Australia Defence Force (ADF) personnel and their families.
Medical-Objects Explorer Online is a web-based application that can receive and send clinical correspondence from your personal desktop, laptop or tablet.
Over 4.9 million Australians speak a language other than English at home. People who have migrated to Australia and those older Australians who speak languages other than English, deserve the same access to information as others, and to feel confident in their choices.
The Department of Health has prepared a document to assist Home Care Services for emergencies such as bushfires, floods or extreme weather events.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a serious issue in Australia. Early identification of risk and the offer of support to improve individual modifiable risk factors can reduce the incidence of preventable CVD events.
To enable the use of My Health Record in conformant software, the NASH Certificate must be renewed every two years
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