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Aged and Community Services Australia Inc

Aged and Community Services Australia Inc is the national peak body in Australia representing over 1,100 church and charitable and community based organisations providing accommodation and care services to over 700,000 older people, people with a disability and their carers.

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Academic scaremongering with unsubstantiated claims Jul 31, 2014 A Charles Sturt University academic has made a number of unsubstantiated claims about aged care changes on ABC radio and ABC online today.
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Government sets a bad precedent for aged care funding Jun 26, 2014 Aged & Community Services Australia is growing increasingly concerned that the Coalition Government will pull funding for aged care programs developed by the previous Labor Government after it suddenly ceased funding the Dementia and Severe Behaviours Supplement. Read more
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ACSA National Open Day an outstanding success Jun 23, 2014 The simple idea for providers of residential and community aged care to open their doors on Friday 20 June had exceptional results with providers overwhelmingly calling the day a huge success.
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