Always young at heart. The social butterfly with a social conscious

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In Business, Values Matter, Not Profit

For the residents at NewDirection Care, as well as for Natasha Chadwick and her staff, 2020 proved to be one the most challenging years they have ever experienced. The COVID-19 pandemic, which so devastated aged care communities in other states, also brought restrictions and difficulties to their aged care facility based in Bellmere, Queensland.

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Microtowns and Other Big Opportunities in Aged Care

Faced with an ageing population and community concern about the quality of aged care services, the pressure is on for the industry to do better. The days of miserable canteen food and endless grey corridors may become relics of the past, with leaders in the aged care industry now starting to change.

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Re-imagining aged care in Australia

Shocking stories heard in the Aged Care Royal Commission highlight the inadequacy of conventional aged care facilities in providing safe and quality care for our frail elderly. What if we can re-imagine an aged care system that better meets our human and cultural needs?  SBS Radio Viva gave Natasha Chadwick and some NewDirection Care residents the…

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It takes a VILLAGE

2019 Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year, NATASHA CHADWICK, is revolutionising aged care-all because she backed herself against the odds. I kept asking myself over and over again: what type of residential care would I want for my mum if it ever came to it?

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