Listed below are media items for The Hon Justine Elliot MP, Former Minister for Ageing
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30 January 2009
Aged Care Providers Recognising Community Care – 10-To-One Oversubscription in 2008-2009 Aged Care Approvals Round
Minister for Ageing, Mrs Justine Elliot has released further preliminary national data showing the aged care sector has sought 27,039 community care places for the 2,784 places on offer from the Australian Government in the 2008-2009 Aged Care Approvals Round.
27 January 2009
On January 23, the Australian Government imposed sanctions on Numbala Nunga Nursing Home, a Western Australian nursing home in Derby – citing serious risk to resident health and safety.
15 January 2009
Two dementia day-care centres, worth a total of more than $3.1 million, will be built in Port Macquarie on the NSW mid-North Coast and in the Sydney suburb of Kogarah.
08 January 2009
The Rudd Labor Government is committed to the long-term viability of the Northern Territory’s aged care sector and the protection of the Territory’s frail and elderly.
08 January 2009
The Acting Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Minister for Ageing, Justine Elliot today (January 8) announced a $3 million grant to a Melbourne-based organisation providing affordable housing and support services to frail, elderly homeless people.
03 January 2009
The Minister for Ageing, Mrs Justine Elliot, has described the 2008-2009 Aged Care Approvals Round applications as “healthy” and “competitive”, with more than three times as many places sought in Victoria than places available.