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Dr Sarah Russell

Online event to discuss ‘The Human Crisis in Australia’s Aged Care Homes’

Part of the Ideas & Society program, this event will offer an outstanding panel with a variety of perspectives — to discuss what is now happening inside Australia’s aged care homes, what are the reasons for the crisis, and what are the possible ways forward.

Reforming home care and making it sustainable into the future – a six-point plan

Writer, aged care support worker/advocate and sitting member of the Council of Elders, Danijela Hlis, has identified six priority areas the Government and home care providers must address in order to truly reform the sector and make it sustainable into the future.

Welcome new blog a vessel for aged care residents to voice daily concerns and experiences

A new platform, titled Residents Matter, has been established to provide older Australians within residential aged care facilities with a means of voicing their concerns and experiences with the public.

New free trade agreement could keep Australia’s aged care industry shackled indefinitely

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a free trade agreement between Australia and 14 other Indo-Pacific countries. It is being called the 'largest free deal in the world’, but aged care advocates are worried it will keep the aged care industry chained to inadequate and antiquated standards. BIANCA ROBERTS reports

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