Aged Care Quality Advisory Council announced

Aged Care Quality Advisory Council announced

The Council will provide advice to the Australian Government and the Aged Care Quality Agency on its functions and operations. As well as its essential focus on safety and compliance, the Advisory Council will also provide advice on how to broaden the quality agenda to incorporate consumer expectations in aged care services.

Members of the Advisory Council:

  • Ms Andrea Coote (Chair)
  • Ms Carol Bennett
  • Dr Matthew Cullen
  • Associate Professor Rosanna Capolingua
  • Dr Stephen Judd
  • Mr Paul Sadler
  • Mr Ian Yates
  • Ms Rae Lamb (ex officio)


There are 6 comments for this article
  1. Christiane Gemayel at 9:47 am

    Who nominated those representatives ?
    How much experience in Aged Care ?
    We’re do we found more on their role and profile ?
    Who are the consumer representatives in the group ?

  2. Christiane Gemayel at 4:46 pm

    Thank you for the information ,I am a little bit disappointed that no Aged care nurses were included eg : ,people in management with vast experience of. consumers needs .and Aged care needs I hope the committees will access consumer representatives to have practical feed backs if not it will be the same as other committees a waste of tax payer money unless those people are all volunteers .
    Thank you again
    Christiane Gemayel

  3. Collette Barry at 9:23 am

    I am also concerned that there are no aged care or any nurses on the advisory council. How can they advise when they do not have people who actually work in the industry at the coal face?

  4. Rose Chibanda at 11:41 pm

    I am also concerned with the zero presentation of Experienced Aged Care Nurses to the Advisory Group. This is quite interesting and I am eagerly waiting to see what the Advisory Group has for Aged Care Sector

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