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Buying your dream home
23 June - Relax and let us do the worrying. Ooh-ah! That is what you want people to say when they walk into your new home.
Calls for mandated minimum staffing levels for residential aged care
17 June - In February our ‘Ratios for Aged Care’ campaign reached a major milestone...when recommendations by Senior Counsel Assisting, Mr Peter Rozen QC, to the Aged Care Royal Commissioners included mandated minimum staffing levels and skills mix
Power to the 'despised' people
10 June - Social Justice Advocate Dr John Falzon doesn't mince his words. “There is nothing more frightening to the elite than when the despised get organised.
ANMF Members join forces with Crime Stoppers to stamp out violence
8 June - In response to escalating violence against nurses, midwives and personal care workers at sites around South Australia, the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA Branch) has announced a partnership with Crime Stoppers designed to c
From fitness to home support
26 May - Jodie's career in care Since starting her career in the aged care sector as a home support worker three years ago, Jodie Grant has always wanted to improve her skills to help the people in her care even more.
Operation bushfire assist
19 May - For the first time in Australia's history, the Governor-General approved the call-out of reservists across the country to support and assist fire-affected areas.
The nursing and midwifery revolution
19 May - Our politicians really do appreciate nurses, midwives and care workers...just not as much when it comes to funding them.
Barmera Nurses Honoured with State Award For Activism
23 March - Reducing workforce casualisation, hitting the streets to campaign for aged care staffing ratios, and correcting underpayments…all in a day’s work for two ANMF (SA Branch) Worksite Representatives from the Riverland, Sue Norris and Kat
Upskill and advance your career with SA’s Training Provider of the Year
24 February - As health professionals, you are continually refreshing and expanding your knowledge to remain current and compliant in your professional career and to provide the community with the best care possible. But have you thought of developin
Jacqui’s 12-year fight for workplace injury compensation
Enrolled Nurse Jacqui (not her real name) was working at an Adelaide aged care facility when two incidents in the same week changed her life forever.
Expert advice from lawyers who know nursing and midwifery
The ANMF (SA Branch)’s in-house law firm Union Legal SA is headed up by Chief Legal Counsel Geraldine Hannon.
Marriage, Separation and Divorce—how do they affect your Will?
Changes can happen in life that can have implications on the validity of your Will, and this may not be top of mind for you at the time. Union Legal SA’s Wills expert Jodie Washington wants to emphasise the importance of updating your Will to reflect
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