Multicultural Calendar 2020
A wall planner calendar for diversional therapists, lifestyle coordinators, and other activity coordinators.
Planning activities around cultural events is difficult to do without information about when they are.
This calendar has been developed to assist workers who organise activities for older CALD persons and others, to plan culturally appropriate activities to better enable older CALD persons to live a healthy and fulfilling life.
Download the Multicultural Calendar 2020 or contact the MAC office to order a copy.
A Guide to Best Practice Care
Supporting diversity within aged and community care
In care settings where consumers and workforce are increasingly diverse, there is need for a toolbox of strategies on how to deliver best practice care services. A guide to best practice care: supporting diversity within aged and community care is a resource designed to assist service providers to deliver best practice programs with targeted and inclusive information and services.
Accessing Aged and Community Care Services in SA
A directory for culturally and linguistically diverse consumers
The need for information and assistance can arise at any time in your life and trying to find your way through the system of information can be very difficult.
This booklet has been developed to assist older CALD persons and their families to find the community agencies that provide services to those aged 65 years and over in their communities, to better enable them to live a healthy and fulfilling life.
Multicultural Aged Care produces a range of factsheets on many areas of interest in the CALD aged and community care sector. See below for a selection of the latest factsheets. Can’t find the topic you are looking for? Contact us to see if we have something available.
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Latest News from Multicultural Aged Care
Learn from the Lead Agency in CALD Aged and Community Care in South Australia
At Multicultural Aged Care Inc. (MAC), our primary responsibility and concern remains the safety and welfare of all members of CALD community groups and especially older people, and our staff and volunteers. Latest Aged Care Updates COVID-19 UPDATE 209: Friday 26...
It is critically important Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) providers maintain their service information in the My Aged Care Provider Portal to ensure accurate referrals. This includes service availability and services provided. Providers must either accept...
Doctors must now prescribe drugs using their chemical name, not brand names. That’s good news for patients
From today (February 1), when you receive a prescription in Australia, it will list the name of the medication’s active ingredient rather than the brand name. So, for example, instead of receiving a prescription for Ventolin, your script will say “salbutamol”.
This national legislation change, called active ingredient prescribing, is long overdue for Australian health care.
Using the name of the drug — instead of the brand name, of which there are often many — will simplify how we talk about and use medications.
This could have a range of benefits, including fewer medication errors by both doctors and patients.