Some aged care providers are using the new restrictions for visitors to residential aged care facilities as an excuse for unacceptable restraint on the rights of residents and families to be treated with compassion and respect.
Confused about the range of aged care services available and how to access what’s best for you? We can provide one-to-one information and support over the phone or face-to-face through the Aged Care Navigators program.
As part of an audit into public-sector aged care and hospital food standards, the Government is seeking your contributions to two surveys. Your responses will inform the revised nutrition standards and guidelines.
COTA Australia has congratulated the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety on its “Interim Report: Neglect”, which has recognised not only the neglect of older people within the aged care system, but also the neglect of successive Governments in implementing earlier recommendations.
Our Community Engagement and Advocacy Officer, Amanda Kunkler, recently shared a range of consumer views at the National Ageing Research Institute Summit. The discussion focussed on what makes good aged care, now and into the future.
What we want in aged care – perspectives from older Victorians to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality & Safety. COTA Victoria has collated feedback from nine consumer sessions hosted across the state to contribute to COTA Australia’s submission.
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