Published date: 9 May 2023
The Department of Health and Aged Care will host an update on the in-home aged care reforms on Thursday, 18 May from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
The webinar is for older people, family, carers, and the aged care sector.
What will the webinar cover?
The webinar will provide a progress update on:
- reforms to in-home aged care
- Commonwealth Home Support Programme
- Home Care Packages Program
- the development of the new rights-based Aged Care Act.
You will have an opportunity to submit questions during the webinar.
An Auslan interpreter will be available.
Who are the speakers?
The presenters will include the following senior representatives from the Department of Health and Aged Care, Ageing and Aged Care Group:
- Nick Hartland, First Assistant Secretary, Home and Residential Division
- Nick Morgan, Assistant Secretary, Support at Home Reform Branch
- Caroline Turnour, Assistant Secretary, Harmonisation and Regulatory Strategy Branch
- Russel Herald, Assistant Secretary, Home Support Operations Branch
- Julia Atkinson, Acting Assistant Secretary, Home Care & Assessments Branch
- Joshua Maldon, Assistant Secretary Choice and Transparency Branch.
Reforming in-home aged care update
Date: Thursday, 18 May 2023
Time: 2:00pm—4:00pm AEST
Registration: Register on the Aged Care Engagement Hub.
If you’re unable to attend on the day, a recording will be made available on the Department’s website.
To learn more about the aged care reforms, including how to get involved, visit the Aged Care Engagement Hub.
Last updated date: 9 May 2023
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