Do you have 5 minutes to help shape the future of Australia’s aged care workforce?

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has just commenced and part of the royal commission’s work will be looking at the aged care workforce.

As the union representing many aged care and disability workers who work in delivering community care, the ASU will be making a submission to the Royal Commission to make sure the voices of frontline workers are heard as part of this important inquiry.
Aged care workers know first-hand how issues around staffing, training and funding affect the quality of aged care services provided to Australians.

We are asking ASU members who work in community care to take a few minutes to tell us your story, so we can include your real life experiences in our submission.

We want to hear from members who work in any aspect of Australia’s aged care system, including direct support, personal care, administration, home support officers, community care workers, home carers, and allied health professionals.

We will keep your name and employer confidential.

By filling in this short survey you will guide the arguments we make in our submission, and make sure that the royal commission gets a real world view from people who work in the sector.

You can fill in the survey here:

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the work that you do for older people in our communities.

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