At the heart of the aged care sector is the experiences and quality of life of older Australians. Unique to this sector is that governing bodies and leaders in the sector all share a common goal, to deliver high quality, safe and sustainable care.
This three-part podcast episode features aged care consumers and advocates Judith Leeson AM, Val Fell OAM, and Danijela Hlis to talk about what person centred care really means and how governing bodies can lead organisations that embed the consumer at the heart of systems and processes.
- Part 1 features Judith Leeson AM, to discuss her experiences as an aged care consumer, her work as an advocate and her messages to prepare for the future of aged care.
- Part 2 features Val Fell OAM, who continues to be an active participant in the aged care sector as an advisor, ambassador and advocate for dementia care.
- Part 3 features Danijela Hlis who is a vocal advocate for the lives and care of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in aged care. She shares her views on how governing bodies can foster inclusive culture at organisations to help create services that deliver safe and inclusive care to older people and their families.
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