ACH Group To Provide Care To Diverse Markets With Age Care Group

ACH Group To Provide Care To Diverse Markets With Age Care Group

“Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse societies in the world today and as an aged care provider, we need to continue to learn how to cater for such an extremely broad market, something that ACG does in Malaysia so well” says Ray Creen, CEO of ACH Group.

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Financial Caregiving: How To Handle Family Disputes About Ageing Parents

Financial Caregiving: How To Handle Family Disputes About Ageing Parents

Providing care for an aging parent or loved one can be a rewarding experience. However, it is also considered one …

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Paying For Dementia Care – How to Plan Ahead

Paying For Dementia Care – How to Plan Ahead

In Malaysia, the estimated number of dementia cases is projected to reach 261,000 in 2030 and 509, 000 in 2050. It is prudent that we consider our potential encounter with dementia and make feasible financial plans if/when one faces dementia.

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No Reason To Fear Old Age

No Reason To Fear Old Age

Avoiding the subjective feeling of being old is easy. It is simply a matter of continually adapting to new challenges, such as physical and cognitive decline. To do this, we need to call on our resilience, motivation and energy to compensate for deteriorating bodies and minds. The ageing process is a biological fact that we can adjust to.

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Aged Care Group signs MoU with ACH Group, South Australia to Deliver an Innovative Care Model in Malaysia

Aged Care Group signs MoU with ACH Group, South Australia to Deliver an Innovative Care Model in Malaysia

Witnessed by the Honourable Zoe Bettison, Minister for Ageing, the MOU affirms ACH Group would lend ACG their experience and knowledge in developing senior living housing, aged care facilities and elder care services which meets Malaysians’ culture and diversity.

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When Having A Will Is Like Not Having A Will

When Having A Will Is Like Not Having A Will

When a person passes on without informing anyone about the will he or she has written, the family situation becomes volatile due to inheritance disputes. Situations like this renders having a will akin to not having a will.

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Paying For Aged Care: Supporting Ageing-In-Place With Healthcare & Affordable Housing

Paying For Aged Care: Supporting Ageing-In-Place With Healthcare & Affordable Housing

Affordable housing is more than merely the ability to pay off the house loan. It’s also being able to meet long-term care costs – such as assisted daily living, rehab and medical care – when needed, apart from basic living needs like food, clothing and transportation.

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Healthy Relationships Needs Honest Communication

Healthy Relationships Needs Honest Communication

Asians tend to seek help only at the eleventh hour. Do not wait until things get bad, use counseling sessions as a way to keep their relationships healthy. There is no marriage made in heaven. Each one has to invest love, respect and trust in making the relationship work.

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Paying for Care: Can Malaysians Afford it?

Paying for Care: Can Malaysians Afford it?

The retirement lifestyle is all the rage these days. While choosing either to age in your own home or move into a retirement village is a matter of lifestyle choices – the fact is: receiving care isn’t a lifestyle, it is a need.

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Through the lens of Taiwan’s Elderly Care

Through the lens of Taiwan’s Elderly Care

Taiwan is considered more advanced in its elderly care services and is said to be facing a social time bomb …

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Managedcare & ReGen Rehabilitation International Signs MoU – Providing Greater Accessibility to Care

Managedcare & ReGen Rehabilitation International Signs MoU – Providing Greater Accessibility to Care

The MOU between Managedcare and ReGen Rehab International is a cooperative endeavour to achieve specific objectives that enables public to easily find the appropriate care services they may require and offering greater outreach to those needing care.

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Paying For Aged Care: Trends & Challenges

Paying For Aged Care: Trends & Challenges

To fully capitalise on the trend of self-directed purchases of services, we need to work out the flaws in our aged care infrastructure – namely our payment options.

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Healthcare: how human-machine teams beat robots

Healthcare: how human-machine teams beat robots

As robotic and artificial-intelligence (AI) systems become more advanced, will they eventually render doctors and nurses obsolete, with patients consulting a computer instead?

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Growing Old Gracefully

Growing Old Gracefully

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) began its 50th birthday meeting in Yokohama this May brooding about growing old. And where …

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Quarter Life Crisis: How To Handle It

Quarter Life Crisis: How To Handle It

As a counsellor, I have seen many young adults come in claiming that they are depressed. From my perspective what …

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Estate Planning in Real Life: Why It Matters To You

Estate Planning in Real Life: Why It Matters To You

Estate planning is not just for the wealthy. It is for anyone who has any level of wealth and wishes to bequeath convenience, comfort and privacy to their loved ones instead of putting them through an agonising ordeal which might become very nasty and very public.

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6 Top Habits To Beat Rising Costs

6 Top Habits To Beat Rising Costs

The rising costs of living is deaf to complaints. We would have to deal with rising costs with real action – action that directly affect our finances and ability to live well in the face of inflation.

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Social Protection For A Senior Inclusive Malaysia

Social Protection For A Senior Inclusive Malaysia

Many have come into contact with the aged care system and are often left wanting, not for lack of the aforementioned reasons, but due to the lack of the necessary mechanisms that advocate social inclusiveness of our own senior citizens.

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Customers need freedom and opportunities for old-age provision

Customers need freedom and opportunities for old-age provision

Years of persistently low interest rates with virtually no prospect of returns have hit security-oriented savers hard. As a result, many are questioning if they can continue to rely on life and pension insurance to finance their capital requirements in old age.

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Business Ideas: Why Being Senior Inclusive Adds Value

Business Ideas: Why Being Senior Inclusive Adds Value

How often do businesses engage as well as reach out to the matured and elderly? As the population ages, there would be an opportunity for businesses to fill in the gap. Businesses must move towards marketing that subtly appeal to an ageing demographic.

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