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1. MEGAN STOYLES has written about aged
and community care for almost 20 years and
is co-author of industry classic In Their Homes
for home care workers.
2. LORRAINE POULOS, a trainer with extensive
experience working with government and
providers, share strategies around reablement.
3. Consumer directed care will challenge
providers in a whole host of ways, writes
MICHAEL ROBERTS, senior health advisor, Victoria,
at Grant Thornton.
4. JEREMY MCAULIFFE, general manager Benetas
Home Care, discusses how his organisation
is better supporting its remote and mobile
On behalf of our team, welcome to this first issue of Community Care Review.
Many of you will be familiar with Australian Ageing Agenda, and our
brand of independent and objective journalism. In this publication, we are
bringing that same approach to quality news and analysis to community care.
I spent much of 2014 speaking to senior executives, professionals and staff
working within community care, and there was one consistent message from them
-- the significant challenges in the sector are not being adequately considered in the
We agreed with them, and to that end we worked throughout last year developing
this publication to provide a new space to examine the important issues impacting
community care, to facilitate discussion, highlight innovation, and share knowledge.
The focus, as always, will be on the policy, the programs and the people that
make up community care in Australia.
Our coverage will broadly include home care, home support, respite, reablement
and home modification. We are also interested in examining the links between
ageing and disability, not to mention other domains such as mental health.
We will work hard to ensure that Community Care Review is engaging and relevant.
But we need your input, and we encourage you to get in touch with story ideas and
feedback. Contact our editorial team on: email@example.com
Darragh O'Keeffe, Group Editor
Tel: 02 8586 6183 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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