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In mid-2018, the Department of Health and Human Services engaged the Victorian Healthcare Association to develop the model of care to support the implementation of voluntary assisted dying in Victoria. Throughout February and March 2019, the VHA is conducting information …
With the passing of the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017 last year, the VHA has been engaged by the Department of Health and Human Services to work alongside the model of care working group.
VHA partner, Russell Kennedy Lawyers, has developed an update on the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
The VHA has developed a submission to the Commonwealth Government providing feedback on the residential care offline places review.
To keep the sector and members of the VHA abreast of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, the VHA’s partner Russell Kennedy Lawyers has developed an update to keep the sector informed.
- Residential care offline places review 07 Dec 2018
- Strategy 2019-2022 19 Oct 2018
- 2017-18 VHA Annual Report 19 Oct 2018
- Consultation on the draft Charter of Aged Care Rights 05 Oct 2018
- Joint Standing Committee Inquiry into Market Readiness for the Provision of Services under the NDIS 05 Oct 2018
- Commonwealth Budget 2018/19 10 May 2018
PSRAC TRAINING: The VHA and PSRAC Leadership Committee invites all customer-facing team members to attend a one day… https://t.co/rXI5PWqbRy 3 days ago
ISSUES REGISTER: Encountering issues with aged care and NDIS reforms? The VHA Issues Register is the go-to member p… https://t.co/xQMlXlEfu1 6 days ago
VAD: The VHA is hosting information sessions regarding voluntary assisted dying legislation that covers the model o… https://t.co/sQ9n7AT4Jm 6 days ago