Listed below are media items for The Hon Justine Elliot MP, Former Minister for Ageing
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31 May 2010
An Additional $28 Million to help NSW Residents remain Independent, in their Homes and in their Communities
An extra $28 million for Home and Community Care services in New South Wales was announced on 31 May.
30 May 2010
Allegations about poor care at Sydney aged care facilities are being investigated by the Aged Care Complaints Investigation Scheme and the independent Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency.
28 May 2010
From 1 July 2010, aged care providers will receive an annual funding boost of more than $140 million through the annual indexation of the care subsidies paid by the Australian Government to residential, community and flexible care services.
26 May 2010
Minister for Health Nicola Roxon and Minister for Ageing Justine Elliot, marked National Palliative Care Week 2010 by announcing $14.3 million to fund nine projects for improved palliative care services, research, training and information.
24 May 2010
Minister for Ageing Justine Elliot and ACT Chief Minister Jon Stanhope, officially opened IRT’s $99 million aged care village ‘Kangara Waters’ in Belconnen.
21 May 2010
Minister for Ageing, Justine Elliot announced that the Australian Government will invest more than $19 million to upskill more than 4,000 aged care workers.
21 May 2010
Minister for Ageing Justine Elliot welcomed the Productivity Commission’s release of the Issues Paper for its public inquiry into the future of Australia’s aged care system.
20 May 2010
Assistant Treasurer, Senator Nick Sherry, and Minister for Ageing, Justine Elliot MP have announced the appointment of Sue Macri AM as Associate Commissioner to the Productivity Commission inquiry into aged care in Australia.
18 May 2010
Minister for Ageing Justine Elliot and Queensland Disability Services Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk announced $8.9 million for Home and Community Care (HACC) Services in Queensland.
11 May 2010
The 2010-11 Budget builds on the Australian Government’s reforms to aged care that will create a national aged care system to provide better support for older Australians.