The number of young people living in aged care has remained just above 6,000 for the past 10 years. A 5% reduction in admissions in the past five years is barely scratching the surface of the total numbers still living in aged care.
Discussion on how to effectively manage a team of disability support workers and minimize problems.
A discussion paper has been released by the Australian Human Rights Commission stating the areas of focus by the Commissioner for the NDIS.
The World Health Organisation has stated smaller home-like residential care settings “hold promise for older people, family members and volunteers who provide care and support.
A headline announcement that gives extra funding to the call centre but nothing to direct service delivery under My Aged care.
More than 250 disabled Londoners with high support needs have lost some of their support since ILF’s closure.
Aged Care funding is being cut and this may impact harshly on care of the disabled through the My Aged Care system.
Many changes to mental health funding have been announced recently but no cohesive national plan has been set out to coordinate all these changes with the NDIS and My Aged Care systems.