The BCCM provided additional comment in response to Consultation Paper 2 on A new model for regulating Aged Care: Details of the proposed new model.
Care Together submission to the NDIS Review, addressing the fourth challenge from the NDIS Review: Why Aren’t NDIS markets Working?
BCCM submission to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet on the National Care and Support Economy Strategy.
BCCM submission to the Department of Health and Aged Care’s consultation on a new model for regulatingaged care
BCCM’s submission providing information on the role co-ops can play in workforce development in aged care.
BCCM’s submission highlights the potential of the co-operative and mutual sector to help support investment in achieving generational change in aged care.
Co-operative models can help the NDIS deliver on its promise of participant choice and control.
BCCM submission calling for a focus on the benefits of employee ownership if the aim is quality care.
Co-operatives and mutuals, by way of their organisational form, can play an important role in developing sustainable NDIS markets.
The BCCM argued that the co-operative model would bring benefits to residents of retirement villages.