Michael Leiblfinger and Veronika Prieler 10th April 2020 In Austria, the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus… Read More »Updates on Migrant Live-in Care in Austria at the time of COVID-19: A Glimpse into the Media
By Kai Leichsenring, Heidemarie Staflinger, Annette Bauer 8th April, 2020 It has already been reported previously, how important live-in migrant carers are for the Austrian LTC system. While… Read More »The situation of ’24-hour care’ from the perspective of migrant caregivers in Austria
Maria Pierce, Independent Research and Adjunct Faculty Member, Dublin City University 29.03.2020 There are 637,567 people aged 65 years and in Ireland, making up 13.4%… Read More »Report: Key issues facing the home care sector in Ireland during COVID-19
Report from Hong Kong: Long-Term Care Responses to COVID-19 by Increased Use of Information and Communication Technology
By Kayla Wong, Terry Lum and Gloria Wong (HKU), 27th March In Hong Kong, because of the experience with the SARS epidemic in 2003, the… Read More »Report from Hong Kong: Long-Term Care Responses to COVID-19 by Increased Use of Information and Communication Technology
By Fernando Fantova The COVID-19 emergency is characterized by its novel and vertiginous nature. It is an unprecedented situation in which everything is changing incredibly… Read More »Responding to COVID-19 in Spain: Returning from care homes to live with families as an alternative?