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COTA Victoria – on the Move

 

We are pleased to inform you that COTA Victoria will be relocating offices on Friday, December 15 to accommodate our growing needs with our last day of operations at the ... ...

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COTA Australia welcomes Aged Care Diversity Framework

 

COTA, commends the government for recognising the diverse characteristics and life experiences of older Australians and their efforts to build an inclusive, respectful and person centred aged care system. ...

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Labor commitment to tackling dementia welcomed

 

Labor commitment to tackling dementia welcomed – supply of more home care packages an urgent and major challenge ...

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Challenging Ageing Bilingual Program

 

COTA Victoria conducted a pilot program in Challenging Ageing for older Chinese living in the Melbourne area. ...

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COTA Australia Appoints Jane Halton AO As Independent Chair

Jane Halton  

COTA Australia, has appointed one of Australia's most experienced public sector administrators and policy thinkers, Jane Halton AO PSM, as its next Independent Chair. ...

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Exploring stronger links between superannuation and aged care

 

roundtable on superannuation fund investment in Melbourne today. ...

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COTA VIC pilots aged care advice line

 

COTA VIC is piloting a free Aged Care Advisory Service from today until December 22. ...

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Community Information Sessions – Victorian Energy Compare November

 

Community Information Sessions – Victorian Energy Compare ...

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COTA welcomes proposed better protection of the wellbeing of older Australians in residential care

 

COTA Australia, welcomes the key recommendations of the Review of National Aged Care Quality Regulatory Processes by Kate Carnell AO and Professor Ron Paterson ONZM, released today by the Turnbull government. ...

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Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill passes Victoria’s Lower House after 24-hour debate

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews embraced Health Minister Jill Hennessy after the vote. AAP: Julian Smith  

The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill passed 47 votes to 37, after a conscience vote. ...

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