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UNTIL THE DEATH OF PHYSIO (and Allied Health) IN AGED CARE HOMES  

Save Our Aged Care Residents

More Care, Not Less

The Royal Commission in Aged Care Quality and Safety recommends more physio and allied health for residents, not less.

The government ignored this and decided that Physio and allied health in aged care as we know it will end in October 2022.

It may be your mum and dad who need physio and other allied health in a nursing home. Right now they get 8 minutes a day on average to help manage their pain, stop them falling and help them being able to keep moving.

 

From when the countdown timer above gets to zero, your mum and dad will get very limited physio (2 secs a day) if they can get allied health at all.

YOU can help change this. Please click on take action button below and write to your MP about why your mum and dad deserve guaranteed physio and other allied health.

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STOP THE DEATH OF AGED CARE

More Care, Not Less

Save Our Aged Care Residents

More Care, Not Less

Our mums and dads in nursing homes need more care, not less.

The 8 mins per a day treatment provided by physiotherapists and allied health provide is often the only therapeutic touch and exercise our mum and dads have all week. In October 2022 that will end. Only 2 secs of allied health has been funded. 

We can’t let this happen.

·       Our mums and dads deserve better.

·       We need MORE physio and allied health NOT LESS.

·       The new funding model from October 2022 (AN-ACC) will be the DEATH of physio and allied health in aged care. 

Please Scott Morrison, Greg Hunt and Richard Colbeck: Don’t kill off physio and allied health for older people in October 2022.  Ensure that allied health is funded separately in the new AN-ACC funding model.

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