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We’re working to improve aged care for Australians.

Here you can find the current activities that you can be involved with, to help deliver the aged care reforms.

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Open engagement

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    Home care providers are invited to shape the new Home Care Workforce Support Program. Share your views and experiences of existing activities to support the personal care workforce.


    Closing date: 11:59pm AEST,
    Friday 20 May 2022

    Audiences: Providers (i.e. administrators and owners)

    Reform pillar: Home care, Workforce

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    We want to hear from personal care workers, allied health assistants and enrolled nurses. You can help shape the new Home Care Workforce Support Program. Share your views and experiences of existing activities to support the workforce.


    Closing date: 11:59pm AEST,
    Friday 20 May 2022

    Audiences: Aged care workers

    Reform pillar: Home care, Workforce

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    The department wants to better understand which services you think should be included on a future service list for in-home aged care. Complete a short survey to share your view.


    Closing date: 6:00pm AEST,
    24 May 2022

    Audiences: Senior Australians, carers and families, Providers (i.e. administrators and owners), Aged care professionals

    Reform pillar: Home care

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