We know the Australian aged care system can seem complicated to navigate and finding the right aged care services is not easy for CALD consumers.
As a service provider, you already know the challenges the industry experiences trying to delivery aged care services which meet the diverse range and needs of our older Australians while balancing compliance and quality assurance practices.
CALD and Multicultural Sector Support and Development programs are funded by the Federal Government under the Commonwealth Home Support Program and are located across the states and territories. These positions are designed to provide aged care and cultural expertise to CHSP providers to assist them to deliver quality and effective services. Through a range of strategies including coaching, resource finding, networking, group and one on one support, CALD and Multicultural Sector Support and Development programs become a valuable resource which CHSP providers can tap into. Access to CALD SSD’s is free and is provided by the Commonwealth to specifically to support CHSP providers.
So how can medium and small aged care providers become standouts in what we see as a very competitive market and deliver excellence in the delivery of culturally appropriate aged care?
CALD Sector Support and Development programs assist by providing an array of strategies and resources to assist providers in developing a robust, compliant, quality aged care service, which delivers excellence in culturally appropriate aged care
Sector Support and Development programs are funded by the Commonwealth Government as a subprogram under the CHSP Service System Development.
The NSW SSDN members acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.