"The results of the Aged Care Workforce Survey show that workers want more time to care for nursing home residents. Aged care work can be very rewarding, but only when workers have enough time to do a good job." said Ellis Blaikie, CPSA Policy Coordinator.
"CPSA welcomes the NSW Health Minister's moves to simplify and expand the parking concessions available at public hospitals across the state, which will ease the financial burden these parking fees place on patients and carers." said Ellis Blaikie, CPSA Policy Coordinator.
"The new nursing home standards are clearly about removing every inch of red tape for aged care providers. What is proposed will not keep our most vulnerable aged care recipients safe." said Ellis Blaikie, Policy Coordinator.
"There were 2,862 serious assaults and sex attacks on nursing home residents over 2015/2016 according to a report published by the Australian Government. This is an increase of 9 per cent compared with last year's statistic of 2,625 attacks", said CPSA Policy Coordinator Paul Versteege.
“CPSA was pleased to receive a letter from NSW Local Government Minister Paul Toole today informing CPSA that, despite a draft recommendation by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal to dismantle the pensioner council rate rebate system, the NSW Government will keep the pensioner council rate rebate”, said CPSA Policy Coordinator Paul Versteege.