VIDEO: From the need for an ageing plan for Australia to the importance of standing up for disadvantaged clients, aged care leaders discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
How do we empower the aged care sector to respond less to the whim of government and more to the wishes of the consumer?
Who will speak up for the marginalised and disadvantaged seniors in aged care?
How do we bring about an ageing plan for Australia, one which is beyond aged care, where people can be supported to live healthy lives?
These are among the questions being asked by some of the sector’s leaders as they position their organisations and respond to the changing policy landscape.
At the ACSA/IAHSA Joint International Conference recently The NEWSROOM spoke to CEOs about the key challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
Watch the video below to hear from:
- Andrew Larpent, CEO of Southern Cross Care (SA & NT)
- Mark Sewell, CEO of Warrigal
- Lucy Morris, CEO of Baptistcare
- Graham Reed, executive director, Living Care
- Steve Teulan, director of UnitingCare Ageing NSW & ACT
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