Final submissions to the Royal Commission call for the more than 100,000 Australians waiting for home care to receive their packages by the end of next year, and for a one-month limit on waiting times from 2024.
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Lorraine PoulosThe new standards are proving to be a challenge for some home care providers.
Monica CationsHow appropriate are aged care services for the so-called Forgotten Australians? And how can care be delivered in safe and accessible ways for this group?
Weh YeohThe recent federal budget again overlooked the value and impact that allied health professionals have on communities.
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