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Pro-life advocates say resources need to be invested in palliative care rather than euthanasia

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AUSTRALIA should be looking at ways to care for its aging population rather than considering euthanasia, the pro-life organisation Cherish Life Queensland says. “We need to put more resources into palliative care,” Cherish Life president Julie Borger said, reacting to a new drive to legalise voluntary euthanasia in Queensland. The multi-million-dollar estate left by former Brisbane Lord Mayor Clem Jones ... Read More »

Resident artists at St Vincent’s Care Services Mitchelton help spread the Christmas joy

Mitchelton nursing home artists

ST Vincent’s Care Services has discovered three very gifted artists in one of their residential living communities in Mitchelton, Brisbane. The aged care and retirement services organisation reached out to their residents to create a Christmas themed artwork to feature on the front of their annual Christmas card. Finding it hard to choose just one, three talented residents of St ... Read More »

Kickboxing champion continues his fight to live but family hope to relocate to Iran

Masoud and Fatemeh

FORMER kickboxing champion Masoud Abdollah Pouri marked his 37th birthday recently – inside an aged-care nursing home in Brisbane’s northern suburbs. The one-time member of Iran’s elite Thai kickboxing team has a hypoxic brain injury. He cannot speak, is unable to move most of his body, and is in the constant care of his mother Fatemeh and younger brother Edris. ... Read More »

Brisbane aged care advocate tells UN of ‘insidious ageism’ worldwide

Marcus Riley

BRISBANE advocate for the aged Marcus Riley has told delegates at United Nations headquarters in New York that older people are considered a burden, and “insidious ageism … permeates countries around the world”. The 40-year-old, Catholic father-of-three and chairman of the Global Ageing Network, which has a presence in more than 50 countries, is lobbying for a UN Convention of ... Read More »

Inter-generational connections growing stronger at Cowley

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SOMETHING magical happens when the young and the “not so young” connect.  Unhurried by life, both are able to enjoy life’s simple pleasures together.  At Crowley Care Services in Ballina inter-generational magic happens regularly. “Our programs with three parish schools and St Anne’s Long Day Care Centre are vital to our sense of community bringing a quality of life with ... Read More »

How I convinced my father to have his own funeral

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SPONSORED BY NUDGEE CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM WHEN considering the type of funeral for yourself or a loved one it is important to understand the purpose of a funeral.   Some will express a wish for a Church service with a procession to the cemetery or crematorium, perhaps a Church service with no attendance at the Cemetery or Crematorium, or either ... Read More »

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