Eye Health Progress Report
This report is the first progress report by jurisdictions to the Australian Health Ministers' Conference on progress to date in implementing the National Framework for Action to Promote Eye Health and Prevent Avoidable Blindness. It covers the period from the release of the Framework by Health Ministers in November 2005 to July 2008. The report has been compiled by the Eye Health Working Group of the Australian Population Health Development Principal Committee of the Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council (AHMAC).
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National Framework for Action to Promote Eye Health and Prevent Avoidable Blindness and Vision LossProgress Report to Australian Health Ministers’ Conference
- Delivering More Aged Care Places For Eastern Melbourne
- $25 Million for accommodation for aged and disadvantaged
- Christmas message – remember to check in on your elderly relatives and neighbours
- 6,500 more aged care places for older Australians
- Boost for Home and Community Care in Western Australia
- Better HealthCare Connections: Aged Care Multidisciplinary Care Coordination and Advisory Service Program
- Better Health Care Connections: Models for Short Term, More Intensive Health Care for Aged Care Recipients Program
- Encouraging Better Practice in Aged Care (EBPAC)
- Getting assistance from an SDAP Panel Member
- Service Development Assistance Panel Program Glossary
- ACFI User Guide
- 2012 National Aged Care Workforce Census and Survey – The Aged Care Workforce, 2012 – Final Report
- Australian Government Directory of Services for Older People 2012/13
- Living Longer. Living Better.
- Australian Government Response to the Productivity Commission's Caring for Older Australians Report
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