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LASA Webinar: Designing the future of Aged Care
29 January 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
|Date||Wednesday, 29 January 2020|
|1:00pm – AEDT|
12:30pm - ACDT
12:00pm - AEST
11:30am - ACST
10:00am - AWST
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|Registration Fees||Free to Members, $50 + GST non members|
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Please join us at 1pm AEST on Wednesday 29 January for a presentation and discussion of LASA’s response to the Royal Commission’s Consultation Paper on Program Design for Aged Care.
In this comprehensive session Sean Rooney, Chief Executive Officer of Leading Age Services Australia and Tim Hicks, General Manager Policy & Advocacy of Leading Age Services Australia will present an overview of our submission. Fundamental long-term reform is important, but the Commission’s recommendations also need to ensure that immediate issues can be addressed without waiting for more complex long-term changes. This session will outline our specific responses to the proposals presented by the Commissioners and present an overview of our thinking on industry solutions for the future, which are being developed for submission to the Royal Commission later this year.
About the Speakers:
Sean Rooney has been the Chief Executive Officer of Leading Age Services Australia for the last three years. Prior to this role he held several Chief Executive/Senior Executive roles in public, private, and not-for-profit sector organisations. He has led membership based organisations and represented the interests of members on the local, national and international stage, including the development and delivery of a range of value adding services for members. He has also held a range of other senior business management positions in other organisations. His qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce from the ANU, a Masters of Business Administration from Melbourne University and Post Graduate qualifications in Cross Sector Collaboration from Cambridge University.
Tim Hicks, General Manager Policy & Advocacy of Leading Age Services Australia is a senior policy professional with strong networks and extensive experience in tax policy, regulatory reform, digital policy and stakeholder engagement, including as the head of economics and industry policy for the Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Tim has also held roles in Federal Treasury and has previously been an advisor to the ATO and the ACCC.