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first_imgMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoAveo CEO Geoff Grady said the revitalisation and extension of the development, which was originally built in 2009, met the growing demand of Brisbane’s ageing population.“Our Tanah Merah community already delivers superb on-site amenities so we’re particularly excited to bring further amenities for our residents to enjoy today and in the years to come,” he said.“We’ve invested so much thought into each aspect of the upgrade – from a ‘memory node’ space dedicated to helping those with cognitive concerns to the sensory garden, which has been designed to stimulate all five senses for people living with dementia.“Ensuring our residents have access to the best possible care remains our highest priority.” A SENSORY garden is among several new features included in Aveo’s Freedom Aged Care Tanah Merah $21 million upgrade.A sensory garden is among several new features included in Aveo’s Freedom Aged Care Tanah Merah $21 million upgrade, which is nearing completion. With palliative care available on-site, the Freedom community matches a residential aged care facility in services while providing residents the freedom of independent living.The Tanah Merah community spans 2.3ha and provides a full range of care and support services such as diversional therapists, highly qualified health professionals and 24-hour personal care and nursing staff, working around the clock to ensure residents receive the necessary support required.Construction at Tanah Merah in Brisbane’s south will be finalised mid-June and it will feature 62 new private aged care units and new community amenities and services including a media room, hairdressing salon, gym, consulting rooms, memory support unit and sensory garden.Existing facilities at Tanah Merah include a community centre, dining room, swimming pool, library, putting green, vegetable gardens, barbecue zones and medical suites together with allied health services.last_img read more


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first_imgRadio NZ News 18 May 2019Family First Comment: ‘Life’ just keeps on winning Missouri’s state legislature has passed a controversial bill that would outlaw nearly all abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy.The bill was approved by the Republican-led Senate and the House of Representatives.Republican Governor Mike Parson is now expected to sign the bill so it can become law.If approved, abortions past eight weeks would be banned in most cases, including rape or incest.Missouri state Senator Jill Schupp, a Democrat, condemned the bill for failing to “understanding that women’s lives all hold different stories”.However, Republican state Senators Dave Schatz and Caleb Rowden published a joint statement praising the “life-affirming” legislation.The votes come just days after Alabama’s governor signed a near-total ban on abortion in the state, promoting protests and concern from pro-choice supporters.Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky and Ohio are among the other states to pass new abortion restrictions.Most anti-abortion bills have faced legal challenges. However, this is what pro-life supporters hope will happen, as they want to reach the Supreme Court in order to challenge its landmark decision to legalise abortion in 1973.Earlier this year the Supreme Court blocked implementation of new abortion restrictions in Louisiana. However, the ruling was made by a narrow margin and the case is due to be reviewed later this year.READ MORE: https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/world/389519/missouri-passes-bill-that-outlaws-most-abortions-at-eight-weekslast_img read more


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first_img 209 Views   no discussions Acting Chief Medical Officer at the Ministry of Health Dr Winston De La Haye (File photo)KINGSTON, Jamaica (Jamaica Observer) – Acting Chief Medical Officer at the Ministry of Health, Dr Winston De La Haye has confirmed that nine cases of the H1N1 influenza virus, more commonly called Swine Flu, is currently being treated at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) in Kingston.Speaking to OBSERVER ONLINE on Thursday, Dr De La Haye revealed that the confirmed cases are not from any particular geographic area, and that the cases include referrals from other parishes.“It is a tertiary referral hospital so you have cases which may be a little more severe than others, normally they would be referred to somewhere like the University Hospital,” he said.On Monday, H1N1 influenza virus was adjusted to a class one reporting index, which means a report must be made within 24 hours if a patient is suspected to have contracted the virus.“Until this Monday, all respiratory tract infections including H1N1, were class two, so we were getting a delay in reporting, which was normal based on the class two,” Dr De La Haye explained. “When we were at five reports, I met with my directors at the Ministry of Health and we have implemented a number of measures in order to step up the surveillance, which is what is expected though the figures are below the threshold.”The acting chief medical officer insisted that the ministry is making every effort to work with the media to inform and educate people on developments concerning the virus.He went on to state that the ministry would consider all confirmed cases of the virus as “stable”, as there have been no reports of deaths as a result of the virus to date.While speaking to OBSERVER ONLINE, Dr De La Haye encouraged people to consult a physician if they notice symptoms, which include cough, fever, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue.“If you are having a cough and cold and not getting well, please visit a physician,” he advised. ”Don’t go to work, and stay home.”He went to state that while it is the flu season and the majority of cases are the common cold and flu, persons are to consult a physician if they recognise symptoms becoming severe. Sharing is caring! Share Tweetcenter_img HealthLifestyleNewsRegional Jamaica confirms 9 cases of H1N1 virus by: David WrightJamaica Observer – February 19, 2016 Share Sharelast_img read more



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