Funding boost for rural and remote aged care

December 11, 2015

The provision of aged care in rural and remote Australia has received a $5.79 million boost, with the Federal Government today announcing extra funding for 17 multi-purpose services in Queensland, NSW and Victoria.

The Multi-Purpose Services (MPS) Programme is jointly funded between the federal and state governments, providing integrated health and aged care services to small rural and remote communities.

Minister for Aged Care Sussan Ley said the package included three new MPSs in NSW to provide 52 residential places, 38 of which would take effect immediately.   Read on - Australian Ageing Adgenda's Darragh O'Keeffe

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