The final report from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has landed, declaring that fundamental change is needed to uphold the rights of older Australians. But unfortunately, the final report was littered with disagreements between the two Commissioners.
Grattan Institute’s new report on aged care navigates a path through the differing views of the Commissioners to show how Australia can achieve a rights-based system that provides adequate care and support for all who need it. It builds on Grattan’s previous work that showed how reform could be achieved.
In this Webinar, Health and Aged Care Program Director Stephen Duckett, and Associate, Anika Stobart, will help provide clarity about the path forward. They will reflect on the Royal Commission recommendations, and outline four key areas of reform that are absolutely critical to help create an aged care system that Australians can be proud of.
Friday 23 April, noon - 1.00pm AEST
Dr Stephen Duckett -Health and Aged Care Program Director, Grattan Institute
Anika Stobart - Associate, Grattan Institute
Kat Clay - Head of Digital Communications, Grattan Institute