Support and assistance to remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander aged care services – Australian Government Department of Health
Ninti is contracted by the Department of Health to provide capacity building support and assistance to a number of aged care service providers operating in remote Australia. Each assignment runs for 6-18 months. Projects underway or completed include aged care support services with:
- Jymbilung House in Beaudesert, Queensland
- Minyerri Aged Care Service, part of the Alawa Aboriginal Corporation community in East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
- Kimberley Aged and Community and Community Services (KACS) in Western Australia
- Aboriginal & Islander Community Resource Agency (AICRA) Aged Care in Rockhampton, Queensland
- Care Norfolk Inc (Care Norfolk) on Norfolk Island
- Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council, Queensland
- Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation (JCAC), Northern Territory
- Yarrabee Aged Care, Ballina, New South Wales
- Canowindra Tweed Byron Aged & Disabled Aboriginal Corporation
- Aged care service providers in Alice Springs, Cairns and Western Australia.
The support and assistance provided to each organisation is tailored to its context and needs, with a focus on ensuring that the organisations are equipped to provide ongoing and sustainable delivery of quality aged care services to the community, while at the same time ensuring compliance with the new Aged Care Quality Standards. These projects are implemented in collaboration with aged care specialist partners the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing and Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS).