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Resource Overview 1. Home Care Reforms Information Series: Summary LASA Newsletter Title Topics covered My Aged Care and National Prioritisation Process 16 January 2017 National package inventory Home care packages National prioritisation process My Aged Care – Service Finder Important things to remember Home Care Agreements 23 January 2017 What isn’t changing People with existing … Continue reading Home Care Reforms Information Series – Issue 7 →
Summary of the Home Care Changes 1. National Queue 1.1 Transitional Arrangements If a person is already in receipt of home care package services on 27 February, they will be transitioned onto the specific level that they were receiving on 26 February. For example, if a person was receiving services at a level 3 on … Continue reading Home Care Reforms Information Series – Issue 6 →
Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is changing in Home Care? The Federal Government announced the Home Care Programme – Increasing Consumer Choice initiative as part of the 2015-16 Budget, with reforms commencing on 27 February 2017. These changes will occur in three main areas: Home care package funding will follow the consumer – Home care subsidy … Continue reading Home Care Reforms Information Series – Issue 5 →
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In the UK the community services estimated gap between needs and resources was set to reach at least £2.8 billion by 2019 and was already placing a significant burden on unpaid carers and families.
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The trend toward Uberization of the generic community care services is inevitable. For more technical and complex care we suggest this trend is still some way off. Complex care requires care worker continuity and specialised skills.
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