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LASA Post Budget Webinar – 14 May 2021
14 May 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
In response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality & Safety, the Federal Government is set to make aged care a key component of the upcoming Budget. LASA will be delivering a post-Budget webinar to provide in-depth analysis of what the Budget means for our Members.
With aged care providers contending with delivering services in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety this webinar will provide an important opportunity to gain an understanding of the budget implications on operations for the fiscal year and beyond. As well as insight into the broader reform agenda of the Government with respect to the aged care system.
Who should attend?
Board Chairs, Board Directors, CEOs, COOs, General Managers & Executives from the Residential, Home and Community Care, Retirement living and seniors housing sectors.
Sean Rooney, CEO, LASA
Sean Rooney is the CEO of Leading Age Services Australia (LASA). LASA is the largest, national association representing providers of age services across residential care, home care, and retirement living/seniors housing. LASA provides a ‘strong voice and a helping hand’ for Members of all types, sizes and locations as they deliver care and support to older Australians across Australia. The aged care system in Australia has been under an unrelenting spotlight during COVID-19 and through a Royal Commission. Throughout this period Sean Rooney has played an active role in representing and leading the sector in order to realise a better aged care system.
Tim Hicks, General Manager Policy & Advocacy, LASA
Tim 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.
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