2024 National Aged Care Provider Conference

2024 National Aged Care Provider Conference
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This week our SwanCare team attended the National Aged Care Provider conference, run by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission.

26th April 2024

Earlier this week members of our SwanCare team touched down in Adelaide for the National Aged Care Provider conference. 

Hosted by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission, the event sees over 2,000 providers from across Australia come together to discuss a range of significant areas within our industry.

SwanCare CEO Graham Francis shared how the insightful conversations, which covered a range of subjects, will bring immense value extending to the entire SwanCare community.

“We are bringing home plenty of learnings from this experience which we look forward to sharing with our wider team, residents, and their respective support networks,” he said.

Rikke Wallace, our Quality and Compliance Coordinator, spoke on the discussions surrounding the newly strengthened Aged Care Quality Standards.

“The conference has provided great insight into the work and consultation that has gone into developing the new standards,” said Rikke, “It has been very valuable to hear about the thought process directly from the Commission.”

The conference’s theme of ‘Working together for better aged care’ is a statement we support wholeheartedly, and is one of which that resonated deeply with Home Care Manager, Mechy Sharlach and Clinical Operations Manager, Duska Bodegrajac.

“We will always work together as a team to deliver at a high standard," said Duska, "And SwanCare’s governing body and management team will continue to be accountable for the delivery of safe quality care and services.”

We are extremely proud to be one of Western Australia’s leading providers of quality retirement living, home care, and residential aged care, although we understand this would not be possible without undertaking opportunities like these to ensure we are continuously developing, improving, and evolving as an organisation. Thank you to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission for having us.  


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