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Aged Care Performance Data Must Be Made Public

Aged care performance data must be made public

Consumers need easy access to data about the performance of individual aged care facilities so that they can make informed decisions, says the Australian Lawyers Alliance (ALA). ALA spokesperson and…

Hearings Wrap Up

Royal Commission hearings wrap up

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety had its final hearings wrap up today, and leading aged care lawyer and advocate on aged care reform, Catherine Henry, says…

Homeless Older Women

The number of homeless older women in Australia is increasing, according to the annual State of the Family report published by Anglicare Australia. This little-recognised phenomenon is linked to various social factors.…

Mildura Royal Commission

Mildura hearing of the Aged Care Royal Commission

Mildura was host to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety hearing between July 29 and 31. According to senior counsel assisting the commission, Peter Gray, QC,  the town…

Perth Hearing Of The Royal Commission

Perth hearing of the Aged Care Royal Commission

The Perth hearing of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety inquired into the nature of person-centred care, advanced care planning and palliative care services. As is the…

Royal Commission into Aged Care begins

The preliminary hearings for the Royal Commission into aged care commenced on 18 January 2019. There was a call for submissions regarding: The quality of aged care services being delivered;…

Aged Care Policy

New Aged Care Policy Falls Woefully Short

The Federal Government’s latest aged care policy announcement falls significantly short of what’s required to address the crisis in aged care. From January 1, 2019 a new, “independent” Aged Care…

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