Social Issues

Bipartisanship required for aged care reform

Posted on: Wed 28 Nov 2018

In September, the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety was announced.

Aged Rights Advocacy Service is an organisation which provides advocacy assistance to support older people to uphold their rights and their responsibilities, and works closely with people and their families accessing the aged care system.

Carolanne Barkla, Chief Executive at ARAS, speaks to Small Change‘s Ross Womersley about the issues the Royal Commission will examine and what needs to be done to ensure aged care reform happens.

Produced by Lisa Burns

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