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Location-specific co-op development and training

The Care Together Program will assist successful projects in developing sustainable business models and service delivery plans in areas where current approaches are not working, focusing on regional, rural and remote parts of Australia. Social care may include aged care, disability support, veterans’ care, Indigenous care, allied health and primary health care.

Regional Roadshows

The Care Together Program team will deliver location-specific co-op development and training via in-person workshops and meetings throughout Australia, meeting with organisations and groups who have expressed interest in the Care Together Program.

The Program will support the local community to consider whether there is scope to form a co-operative and take the next step to submit an expression of interest for their project to be supported by the Care Together Program.

Introducing Co-operative Care workshop

Are you a current NDIS and aged care/disability worker seeking information on alternative models of care delivery under the co-op model? Are you interested in considering working in care from your region and seeking information on alternative models of care delivery under the co-op model? Contact us to bring this half-day workshop to your town.

This engaging and informative half-day, face-to-face workshop will help you to:

  • Understand the Care Together Program and opportunities for the Bega Region to be involved in a Care Together project
  • Understand the co-operative and mutual business model, its history, how it works and what is involved in setting one up.
  • Learn about existing co-ops to provide inspiration and understanding of the co-op model in place with a focus on social care, aged care and disability support.
  • Hear about other co-operatives and mutuals successfully delivering care in Australia

Are you working on a community-led care solution where you live?

Explore the potential of co-operative and mutual structures to enhance diversity and choice in health, community and social services.
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