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Sector welcomes Albanese Government while urging swift aged care action

A range of aged care stakeholder organisations and unions have congratulated new prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the Australian Labor Party on Saturday night's federal election victory, hoping the new Government will be swift and committed in addressing many of the pressing issues in the sector.

CHA urges state governments to move swiftly on increase of aged care visitors

Catholic Health Australia says it welcomes the Federal Government's plan to allow greater access to visitors, and is urging the states to move quickly on the implementation of the plan.

CHA says federal budget must tackle Covid costs as well as aged care issues

Catholic Health Australia is calling on the Government to go beyond retention bonuses for aged care staff and use the upcoming Budget to slash training fees for would be workers and lift care subsidies to provide urgent relief in the Omicron-plagued sector.

How Catholic aged care operators stepped up to mark on Covid vaccinations

The Catholic residential aged care sector has spoken about how - against all odds - its members rose to the challenge of vaccinating their staff by the nationwide mid-September deadline.

Catholic providers warn of aged care vaccination blind spot

Aged care providers have warned of a coronavirus blind spot if community workers are not included in a vaccine mandate. Catholic Health Australia, which represents residential...

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