Advocacy, Health

Changes to in-home aged care in July 2024 with introduction of new reforms

Written byDianne Carrett
Published on23 Mar, 2023
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Changes are coming to in-home aged care with the introduction of new reforms in July 2024. A free one-day forum – presented by Tweed City Council in partnership with Social Futures and Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program – will explore the challenges and opportunities this presents to the Community Aged Care Sector and help providers to plan for the future of their organisation.

Forum topics include:

  • ·                 applying strategic thinking to changing in-home aged care conditions
  • ·                 learning from other providers who have navigated similar NDIS reform
  • ·                 exploring innovative business and operating models
  • ·                 how collaboration and partnership can enhance your approach to reform
  • ·                 approaches to business transition.

Guest speakers and panellists include:

·                 Kathie Heyman – Business Connect Advisor, Nortec

·                 David Wallace – former Regional Manager, Aruma

·                 Kerry Little – General Manager, Connect You Too (Connectu2), Clarence Valley

·                 Gillian McFee – Advisor Social Care, Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals

The Strategy In The Face Of Change – Community Aged Care Forum will take place on Tuesday, March 28 at Tweed Shire Council Admin Building in the Harvard Room.

To book your spot at the forum, visit Eventbrite.


Learn how Social Futures is working with seniors in the community to provide connections to in-home aged care through Social Futures care finder services >>