Younger people in residential aged care: progress towards government targets
PublisherNational Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Aged care People with disability Youth Australia
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A nursing home is no place for someone under 65 to live. The government’s focus on the issue of younger people in residential aged care (YPIRAC) is welcome, but the problem isn’t solved yet.
According to new data, there are still 3,163 younger people in aged care, and on average they’ve been stuck there for 4.9 years. Another 30 people under 65 enter each month. Two government targets aiming to solve the problem are due in December, but meeting them can’t be taken for granted.
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1 Sep 2022