The following is a continuance of my previous blog: Quality in Aged Care Part 1: What do people actually want? Here we found with the assistance of research that people measure the quality of their care more by the relationships they experience with carers, rather than many peoples’ assumptions of clinical care being the most […]
Quality in Aged Care Part 2: How PAC is delivering what people want
Quality in Aged Care Part 1: What do people actually want?
There’s been much debate in recent times about quality, or at times the lack of it, in Australia’s aged care system. I want to state upfront that the egregious examples of elder abuse and neglect highlighted recently in the media are outrageous and indefensible. I’ve spent much of my professional life working on the issue […]
Small steps, big changes
At the recent Dorcas Committee Rally at St Ives/Pymble Presbyterian Church, PAC CEO Paul Sadler gave the following summary about PAC in 2017: “2017 will be another year of change for PAC, we are now looking after over 1,800 older people each week. In the last couple of years we have opened Pitt Wood Village […]
The Terraces at Paddington reaches “Topping out milestone”
Multiplex, a leading global contractor, has reached a major construction milestone “topping out” The Terraces at Paddington, the $180 million over 55s community being developed at the Scottish Hospital site in Sydney. The Terraces at Paddington is the largest project ever undertaken by Presbyterian Aged Care in NSW. “It is exciting to collaborate with Presbyterian […]