UnitingCare Australia is calling on the Morrison Government to prioritise all vulnerable people in the accelerated vaccine rollout. “We welcome the announcement today that pharmacists will join the fight to vaccinate Australians. UnitingCare Australia has been calling on the Government to accelerate their involvement and highlighted the valuable contribution pharmacists can make”, said National Director, …
UnitingCare Australia welcomes the Morrison Government’s announcement of an additional $8.9 million in funding for Emergency and Food Relief providers in Greater Sydney and across Victoria
Aged care providers and the union movement have united to reject the current blame shifting on vaccination, saying it is government failures that have caused low vaccination rates, not workers. Providers and unions have been calling for fast action on vaccinating workers within the high-risk sector for at least six months, however the government’s aged …
UnitingCare Australia welcomes the Morrison Government’s Budget tonight, acknowledging the historic investment across aged care, mental health, safety, training and jobs.
THE aged care sector today welcomed the Australian Government’s formal response to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, which includes a record funding increase of $17.7 billion over the next four years.
UnitingCare Australia is calling on the Morrison Government to use the Federal Budget to deliver for all Australians.
The leaders of major faith-based charities have come together against changes that would target charities. The changes will mean that charities could be targeted and shut down for subjective reasons.
AUSTRALIA’s aged care sector expects the Federal Government to immediately commit to implementing the major recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, through the twin pillars of the upcoming Budget and a subsequent longer-term aged care plan.
UnitingCare Australia is calling on the Morrison Government to use the May Budget to adopt the priorities for reform detailed in the new report from the Australian Aged Care Collaboration (AACC): Aged Care – The Way Forward.
AUSTRALIA’s aged care industry today urged the Federal Government to adopt its 15-point plan to ensure older Australians get the most benefit in the quickest time from an improved aged care system.