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ADA’s submission to Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety
More than $7 million in grants available to boost NSW recycling, research and innovation
COTA congratulates new Ministers and urges them to take an all of government approach to
Limited focus on Disability in 2019/20 Victorian State Budget
National Seniors Australia welcomes new Ministry but calls for urgent action
Territory Families Half Year Report
Coroner recommends providers review ‘swallowing’ policies and guidelines
Budget 2019: Creating Generational Change and Transforming Territory’s Out of Home Care System
National Aged Care Alliance commends Labor for indicating its aged care priorities
Commitment to fixing aged care needed now – National Seniors
How can NDIS be more effective?
Dementia Australia praises Labor’s commitment to improving care of Australians living with dementia
Dementia Australia praises Labor’s commitment to improving care of Australians living with
ANMF WELCOMES OPPOSITION’S pledge for action in aged care
Minister Petitpas Taylor announces funding to help strengthen palliative care
Home care alternative for older people
Governments of Canada and Nunavut Sign Agreement to Improve Health Care Services
Canada-Nunavut bilateral agreement to improve health care services
Older Australians in desperate need of care don’t count in either Leader’s vision
Triple Home Care Packages and fix aged care: National Seniors election call
Coalition’s seniors investment welcome: National Seniors Australia
Labor will make ending violence against women a national priority
Independent Experts Expose Labor’s Aged Care Lies
Third term to deliver for all across NSW
National Seniors launches federal election policies
National Seniors launches policies ahead of federal election
Turning point for nation
Spotlight on aged care
Budget 2019-20: Modest measures fall short of health priorities
Message from Minister of Health – National Carers Day – April 2, 2019
Budget does not speak to heart of problem for people living with dementia
Budget a ‘missed opportunity’ for older Australians
Government turns its back on people who have least, and guarantees more cuts to essential services
AMA welcomes Health Budget as a good start to election
Scott Morrison’s Last Chance To Reverse Liberal Cuts To Health
Retirement of Andrew Cappie-Wood
Simplifying forms for senior Australians requiring aged care services
NurseWatch, a new aged-care-at-home service
New Charter of Rights in aged care welcomed by dementia peak body
Lack of visibility in home care and dementia a major concern
Seniors to quiz local candidates ahead of federal election
$467 Million Increase in Aged Care Subsidies
Human rights based approach to aged care welcomed by dementia peak body
National Seniors welcomes new residential aged care funding model
Equity Trustees releases report on $87 million of giving
Home care workers to tell Royal Commission system of caring in homes is in crisis
Home care funding approach fails to meet demand
Speaking notes for Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship