This page contains a list of the contributions made to Solving Aged Care including the name or psuedonym of the contributor, what page it refers to if needed, along with a brief summary indicating what area of aged care the contribution addresses and what it wishes to discuss with readers. We encourage you to please read them and make a contribution.
IMPORTANT: Long topic contributions that need a page of their own should be made from the Make a Contribution page in the Join the Conversation section. These will be formatted and put into a new page. These pages will be listed with a short summary below so that readers can go to them and contribute separately there.
Short comments that do not fit on other pages on the site can be made at the bottom of this web site. They will be put into the General Contributions page linked to from the web page below.
All contributions will remain on the Aged Care Crisis website indefinitely.
|1||Aged Care Crisis Review of Aged Care Advocacy Services: In September 2015 a review of the government’s advocacy service was carried out. Submissions are not going to be published and the final report may not be. This is unacceptable. ACC are opening the public debate about this advocacy service here. We invite everyone who knows anything about this service to tell us more about it by commenting or making a larger contribution. Lets debate and decide what we would actually like advocacy to be.||04/09/2015||Public|
|2||Christine: Continuity of care - from planned activity groups in community health, or other activities after entering residential care or nursing home||23/04/2016||Public|
|3||General Contributions: Short contributions that do not merit a separatte web page have been placed here. You can read them and engage in discussion about them on this page.
1. Suggestion for change from a carers perspective. 2. Government is not going to save us. 3. A lack of staff-to-resident ratios is at the root of substandard care. 4. WA facility - poor care/staffing and complaint system.