ACMA has maintained its 100% success rate in developing and submitting applications for new providers. Our latest client in South Australia has gained approval to deliver home care and flexible care, with the application process proceeding without requests for additional information from the Department. Our success comes from understanding the
ACMA director and principal consultant Peter Vincent welcomes the appointment of Fiona Duncan to the role of Senior Consultant Aged and Community Care services in Western Australia. Fiona has a long and impressive background working in the community care sector in WA over the past 20 years. ACMA have developed
Aged Care Management Australia (ACMA) was approached at the beginning of July by a provider who had been sanctioned with serious risk. ACMA put a proposal to the provider that involved addressing the issues using a team approach. One of the biggest issues any provider with compliance issues will
Aged Care Management Australia Appointed to the national ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Service Development Assistance Panel’
Director and Principal Consultant Peter Vincent has confirmed that Aged Care Management Australia (ACMA) and their partners Hodgkison Architects and Henson Lloyd Chartered Accountants have been appointed to the national ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Service Development Assistance Panel’ for the next 3 years.
I applaud Senator Hinch for calling for amendments to the Aged Care Act to legislate for minimum staffing levels For some time now, there have been thoughts of setting minimum staffing levels for aged care facilities. Successive Governments have resisted introducing mandatory minimum staffing for fear of industry backlash and
Director and Principal consultant Peter Vincent has announced that ACMA has the capacity to provide services to clients in Victoria directly. With the appointment of Nick Grakini to our team in 2016, we have developed a greater capacity in the home care sector. Nick has already provided significant outcomes for
For aged care providers who suffer sanctions and non-compliance, it is a costly and stressful period. Most providers would see little change from $750K (or more) with lost income, consultancy costs, increased staff wages and the capital expenditure required to prevent the ultimate loss of accredited status. Add to this