A leading aged care financial analyst believes the federal budget will include 30,000 new home care packages and has questioned the reported length of the waiting list.
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- Why my profession shouldn’t be doing NDIS assessments
Claire Salter ParryIndependent assessment can ethically compromise clinicians and result in prospective or current NDIS clients not having their full needs addressed.
Greg O’LoanA whole section of the Aged Care Royal Commission’s final report looks at improving aged care through data, research and technology. But will the government’s promised $452 million be enough to do this?
Jonathan MoodyThe Royal Commission has found that allied health in aged care is underused, underfunded and substandard. But the sector can seize the moment to improve both uptake and quality in the future.
1:30 pm Your next growth strategy: From ... @ Online
Your next growth strategy: From ... @ Online
May 11 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Recognise your expertise in supporting people living at home Over time, your organisation has developed considerable competence, expertise, infrastructure and systems to support people to live independently at home. Your organisation also has an establishing reputation[...]
1:00 pm Making Wellness and Reablement Work
Making Wellness and Reablement Work
May 13 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
De-mystifying Wellness and Reablement Wellness and reablement are important principles of consumer-directed care for all government-funded services. The future model of home care includes a stronger focus and approach on how you work with consumers[...]
1:30 pm Royal Commission Impacts: Roadma...
Royal Commission Impacts: Roadma...
May 18 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
The Royal Commission Report is out – what now? Just wait and see? A passive ‘Wait-And-See’ strategy is not a strategy at all. It is true that there is uncertainty, ambiguity and ‘unknowns’, however that[...]
1:00 pm Consumer-focused Assessment and ...
Consumer-focused Assessment and ...
May 25 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
What’s wrong with our assessments and care plans? Most assessments and care plans we see are based on a medical model of deficits, hence care plans focus on managing and maintaining health from a clinical perspective. [...]
12:53 pm Sustainable Financial Management
Sustainable Financial Management
May 27 @ 12:53 pm
Why is Sustainable Financial Management important in Home Care? We all know just how hard it is to balance finances to remain competitive and sustainable in a competitive market. We also know that financial management[...]