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Glenys Petrie 1h @Dem_Adv
“Staff education and training are paramount to improving the deficiencies in the current system, eliminating the mi… https://t.co/NWHaw9K6rO
Glenys Petrie 2h @Dem_Adv
Posted a few days ago. Thanks #MareeMcCabe for adding positive comment to the conversation about the Care of a pers… https://t.co/SIGvNyOULd
Glenys Petrie 2h @Dem_Adv
@DementiaAus Sad that it got to this stage before someone said....not good enough. Our elders & people living w dis… https://t.co/BYsQcd7fix
Phyllis Fehr 3h @fehr_phyllis
RT @KateSwaffer: May be worth a read, listen and/or watch @leefay_low at https://t.co/1atcTvUtO4 @JerryWylie1 @mysterialmaria @jball49 @Dem
Rob Rees MBE DL (Australia and New Zealand) 3h @FoodWorksAus
RT @AHPC_VU: Activity sharpens even dementia-affected brains, report suggests https://t.co/xyMF5QEGYh The evidence is clear. Time for act…
rose lane 4h @pully8
RT @YODsupporter: By changing providers @veda_meneghetti has saved 20% of her federal funding entitlement, i.e. $10,000 p.a. Where was the…
Kaele Stokes 4h @Kaelelstokes
Heather Pearson 5h @Pearson124
RT @PaolaBarbarino: The first live webinar was a success, we are aiming to make the second even better! (and to answer some of the question…
Janis Cottee 5h @janis_cottee
RT @KateSwaffer: May be worth a read, listen and/or watch @leefay_low at https://t.co/1atcTvUtO4 @JerryWylie1 @mysterialmaria @jball49 @Dem