Last year saw a move that heralded a new era for Australia’s aged care sector, when providers across the country welcomed new representation by a single industry association, the Aged & Community Care Providers Association (ACCPA). Now a proud member of the ACCPA 1 , Home Care Assistance has joined other providers across the industry in an effort to lead and influence the sector’s future, with one loud, unified voice as advocates for transformational change.
With the aged care landscape shifting rapidly, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest developments impacting the aged care sector, and as a proud member of the ACCPA, Home Care Assistance and its members, now have a trusted source of information, support and advice on all aspects of aged care policy and operations. Members of the ACCPA are connected with expert advisors who are industry-experienced in residential aged care, home and community care, retirement living, seniors housing and NDIS services.
With calls by the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety last year, a recommendation for greater industry collaboration and unified leadership was proposed, which saw the formation of a Transformation Steering Committee comprising representatives from across aged care, who were tasked with investigating a range of options for change, and how best to represent the sector. The outcome? A powerful collaboration, which saw two of the largest peak bodies in aged care, Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA), and Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), join the ACCPA.
Focused on being a unified voice with a purpose, while holding the government to account as the aged care industry works towards reform, the ACCPA is an organisation that cares about what they do and how they do it. This will have a resounding impact on providers and their members across Australia, including those of Home Care Assistance, when it comes to client care.
ACCPA supports home and community care providers by engaging with government and stakeholders on funding, policy and reform issues, including those stemming from the Aged Care Royal Commission.
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As a leading age care provider, Home Care Assistance offers tailored in-home care services for older Australians, enabling them to live happier and healthier lives in the comfort of their own homes.
We offer private and government subsidised Care Packages and have office locations that are a registered NDIS provider. Our Care Workers undergo extensive training in order to deliver unmatched in-home aged care services where people can continue ageing in place. We are proud ambassadors of the My Aged Care government funded aged care program, enabling Australians to successfully navigate the process and gain approval for in-home care support packages. Home Care Assistance offers hourly care, specialised care, Alzheimer’s and Dementia care, hospital to home care, and 24 hour in home care.