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This week, the Federal Budget delivered the disappointment expected by many in the aged care sector.
Community care providers are struggling to fill their Level 1 home care packages while managing waiting lists in the hundreds for their high level packages, an analysis by Community Care Review shows.
A new aged care leadership portal will be launched on Monday to deliver resources and tools specifically targeting leadership development and promotion in the sector.
We knew the peak body merger issue was one that aroused strong opinions and much debate – but we didn’t expect it to spread to AAA online, writes Darragh O’Keeffe.
The president of Aged and Community Services Australia has dismissed the mounting campaign by Leading Age Services Australia for a merger between the two organisations, saying the push for a single peak body is about securing LASA’s “survival”.
Legislating ratios and retaining state-owned aged care facilities are key policy platforms for the new Labor Government in Victoria. But is it good policy? Natasha Egan reports.
In this week’s news wrap: provider strives for inclusive services; feedback sought on aged care principles; Kiama gets dementia-friendly boost; opportunity to support colleagues from developing nations; and seniors’ wanted for wellbeing research.
The Federal Government says it wants a discussion on accessing home equity to meet the costs of Australia’s ageing population, but so far has dismissed one proposed means of enabling it.
The Federal Government has begun an audit of government-funded aged care workforce programs with the aim of developing an aged care workforce development strategy, Australian Ageing Agenda can confirm.
Stakeholders have supported the Federal Government’s agenda for the next stage of aged care reform, but they have called for protections for vulnerable seniors, particularly in rural and remote areas, and constructive engagement with the sector to flesh out the details.
A capped grants scheme, specialised care units or boosting the resources of the Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Service (DBMAS) were among the key proposals discussed at the recent dementia forum to replace the axed dementia supplement.
Aged care providers say they are reviewing staffing models and putting building plans on hold in the wake of the government’s axing of the Dementia and Severe Behaviours Supplement.
The simple idea for residential and community care providers to open their doors and showcase the great work being done in aged care had exceptional results, with providers reporting the inaugural open day was a huge success.