Aged and community care organisations are being encouraged to take part in a national project investigating major barriers to accessing palliative care services.
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The Aged Care Financing Authority has commenced a review into the use and funding of respite care services in Australia.
The Commonwealth should extend the Community Visitors Scheme to cover the Commonwealth Home Support Program and seniors waiting for a home care package, a government-commissioned review says.
The Federal Government is urging aged care providers, peak bodies and consumers to have their say on the development of a new framework for delivering care to older Australians with diverse needs.
The Department of Health has commissioned consultancy firm Nous Group to examine the adoption of wellness and reablement in all government-funded home care programs.
Aged care providers and staff, consumers, family members and academics are encouraged to have their say on what constitutes quality in aged care, with the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency seeking input to inform the review of the standards.
SBBS is preparing its 13th annual Executive Remuneration Review for aged care.
A government-commissioned review of the CIS says the Department should not regulate and investigate aged care.
Aged care providers only have a few more days to take part in an industry-wide survey on the Aged Care Act.
A benchmarked funding instrument could be expanded to fund all aged care consumers, industry body says.
ACAA has commissioned a lawyer to conduct a review of the Aged Care Act based on industry issues.
The organisation says accreditation should remain in place unless it’s revoked and successful homes should receive fewer visits.
The government has called for submissions to its CAP review but the industry says its terms of reference are too narrow.