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Happy National Speech Pathology Week!

Happy National Speech Pathology Week!

In 2020, Australia will celebrate National Speech Pathology Week from 23-28 August. Speech Pathology Week is all about promoting the importance of the profession and celebrating the work done by speech pathologists who service the 1.2 million Australians who live with...

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5 Ways to Celebrate Aged Care Employee Day 2020

5 Ways to Celebrate Aged Care Employee Day 2020

August 7 is all about celebrating the unsung heroes of the Aged Care community in Australia! The day is designed to illuminate the amazing work that is done behind the scenes by workers to ensure that some of our most vulnerable elderly loved ones are being cared for....

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AHP’s COVID-19 Update

AHP’s COVID-19 Update

Australian Health Professionals 8 Woodville Street Hurstville, NSW, 2220 | (02) 8889 4072 PRESS RELEASE 5 August 2020 COVID-19 has disrupted many healthcare services in Australia, as a provider of solutions in several medical disciplines we have witnessed this level...

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What are The Eight Principles of Patient-Centred Care?

What are The Eight Principles of Patient-Centred Care?

Australian Health Professionals (AHP) have always been actively invested in providing services that are holistic and patient-centred. All people have the right to access the highest quality of support and empathy from healthcare providers. Healthcare is...

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COVID-19 stress: 5 ways to cope with anxiety

COVID-19 stress: 5 ways to cope with anxiety

In 2020, COVID-19 caused a complete lifestyle upheaval that in turn caused an escalation of mental health issues. With anxiety spreading alongside the virus it is unfortunate and understandable that many now need to address symptoms of stress. In an Australian survey...

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Holiday Festivities | New Recruits | Hot Job

Holiday Festivities | New Recruits | Hot Job

We’re counting down the days before we wrap up the decade (can you believe it?). As we gear up for the new year, we’d like to thank you for your support this 2019. We look forward to even bigger things in store for AHP this coming 2020!AHP Christmas CruiseAhoy, mates!...

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Only 2 Weeks Until AHP Runs for Charlie

Only 2 Weeks Until AHP Runs for Charlie

After months of preparation, there’s only 2 weeks to go until marathon day! Get behind AHP as 21 members of our team run the Gold Coast Marathon for Charlie. On Friday the 14th of June, the team got a nice surprise as little Charlie paid the AHP office a visit....

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AHP Annual Illawarra Bowls Tournament 2019

AHP Annual Illawarra Bowls Tournament 2019

On the 12th of April 2019, Australian Health Professionals hosted their second Annual Illawarra Bowls Tournament at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club. This annual event is a key initiative of AHP, as we aim to further strengthen our ties with our aged care...

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AHP Runs for Charlie

AHP Runs for Charlie

On the 7th of July 2019, 21 members of the Australian Health Professionals team will be pounding the pavement and running the Gold Coast Marathon for Charlie. Charlie is a lovable boy who has been suffering from a rare disorder that has severely affected his growth...

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Therapy Dog Awareness Month

Therapy Dog Awareness Month

September is Therapy Dog Awareness Month, this years theme is “Let’s Paws the Pressure this September”. The Paws the Pressure is a program that is offering organisations and workplaces the opportunity to have a visit from the delta therapy dogs.

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Parliament clear aged care reform bill

Parliament clear aged care reform bill

On Monday evening members of Parliament passed the Aged Care Reform Bill 2018, this legislation establishes new quality standards applying to all 2,700 aged care providers and 366,000 staff in Australia,

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Tai Chi and Yoga Improving Quality Of Life In Aged Care

Tai Chi and Yoga Improving Quality Of Life In Aged Care

According to Auckland University of Technology research, the quality of life of aged care residents is enhanced through implementing modified tai chi and yoga programs. The research, conducted in a 108-bed aged care facility in Newcastle, NSW,

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AHP Running For Charbel

AHP Running For Charbel

Meet Charbel! Charbel suffers from Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS). GBS is a a rare neurological disorder which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks part of its peripheral nervous system—the network of nerves located outside of the brain

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Tackling Chronic Pain

Tackling Chronic Pain

Chronic pain continues to be a major issue for our elderly population. While new research is providing better insight into the physiology of pain and its treatment, pain remains a very personal and often misunderstood experience. According to Pain Australia, up to 80%…

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Holiday Festivities | New Recruits | Hot Job

Holiday Festivities | New Recruits | Hot Job

We’re counting down the days before we wrap up the decade (can you believe it?). As we gear up for the new year, we’d like to thank you for your support this 2019. We look forward to even bigger things in store for AHP this coming 2020!AHP Christmas CruiseAhoy, mates!...

read more
Only 2 Weeks Until AHP Runs for Charlie

Only 2 Weeks Until AHP Runs for Charlie

After months of preparation, there’s only 2 weeks to go until marathon day! Get behind AHP as 21 members of our team run the Gold Coast Marathon for Charlie. On Friday the 14th of June, the team got a nice surprise as little Charlie paid the AHP office a visit....

read more
AHP Annual Illawarra Bowls Tournament 2019

AHP Annual Illawarra Bowls Tournament 2019

On the 12th of April 2019, Australian Health Professionals hosted their second Annual Illawarra Bowls Tournament at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club. This annual event is a key initiative of AHP, as we aim to further strengthen our ties with our aged care...

read more
AHP Runs for Charlie

AHP Runs for Charlie

On the 7th of July 2019, 21 members of the Australian Health Professionals team will be pounding the pavement and running the Gold Coast Marathon for Charlie. Charlie is a lovable boy who has been suffering from a rare disorder that has severely affected his growth...

read more
Tai Chi and Yoga Improving Quality Of Life In Aged Care

Tai Chi and Yoga Improving Quality Of Life In Aged Care

According to Auckland University of Technology research, the quality of life of aged care residents is enhanced through implementing modified tai chi and yoga programs. The research, conducted in a 108-bed aged care facility in Newcastle, NSW,

read more
AHP Running For Charbel

AHP Running For Charbel

Meet Charbel! Charbel suffers from Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS). GBS is a a rare neurological disorder which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks part of its peripheral nervous system—the network of nerves located outside of the brain

read more
Tackling Chronic Pain

Tackling Chronic Pain

Chronic pain continues to be a major issue for our elderly population. While new research is providing better insight into the physiology of pain and its treatment, pain remains a very personal and often misunderstood experience. According to Pain Australia, up to 80%…

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Speech Pathologists aren’t hard to swallow

Speech Pathologists aren’t hard to swallow

Still looking for ways to provide the best possible care to your residents and stand out from the crowd? Ever thought of engaging a speech pathologist’s expertise for something other than a reactive response to dysphagia? Truth is, that seems to be about the only time

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Of course we have a Physio onsite!

Of course we have a Physio onsite!

You’ve probably already noticed that prospective clients are better informed and more discerning than ever before. The plethora of information that’s now available to aged care consumers means there’s much more to securing that next admission than simply having an

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Changes are coming to ACFI

With the recently announced changes to ACFI set to take effect from July, many providers and RACFs are asking themselves what this means for them.

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