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April 12, 2024

Why not combine aged care and childcare?

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Dee Spice, Mullumbimby.

I see the Catholics are looking at the Mullum Hospital site for the care of old people.

I wonder if their thinking is sufficiently advanced to know that contact by old people with the very young is hugely beneficial to both sectors.

Childcare care was mentioned in your article and this is an ideal way of locally practising and researching this idea. There is no shortage of expertise in the matter.


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  1. that is a wonderful concept and recreates the normal family life of less than a hundred years ago, multi generational homes.
    Alas, too many people are too selfish and short sighted these days to realise that soon they’ll be the excess to requirements demographic bulge.

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