Community & relationships

Relationships, social connections and the effects of loneliness on your parents

Loneliness has a mental and physical impact on our wellbeing—and, unfortunately, can become more common as we age. Our experts explain how you can help your parents build a sense of connection.

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Community & relationships

Worried your parent might have dementia? How to spot the signs, and what to do next

From recognising the warning signs to knowing what to do after a diagnosis, Professor Peter Gonski helps us understand dementia, and shares advice on how to help our parents stay independent for longer.

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Community & relationships

Helping your ageing parents get the support they need—without the pushback

Suggesting to your parents that they might need some in-home help can be a minefield. Our experts discuss how to broach the topic, and share some of the support that's available.

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Community & relationships

Is it time to talk health with your parents?

Our parents can get set in their ways, but staying healthy is the key to better quality of life as they get older. Our experts share how we can help ageing parents manage their health.

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Health

Need to know: all about chiropractic

From back and neck pain to headaches and more, chiropractors treat our body’s “mechanical” problems. Here’s your need-to-know guide to chiropractic.

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Health

What is osteopathy?

An osteopath takes a whole-body approach to help you treat or prevent injuries, aches and pains. Here’s what you can expect from osteopathy.

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Health

Taking a close look at endoscopy and gut health

A gastrointestinal endoscopy, or endoscopy for short, is a common medical procedure undertaken by many Australian Unity Members. But what is it, when is it used, and how is it used to improve gut health?

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Health

Giving country children a helping hand

Discover how Australian Unity Foundation partner Royal Far West is bolstering rural children’s wellbeing and development.

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