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Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care and Community Board is an award winning project. In 2013, we won the New Projects Award at the ACSWA Excellence in Care Awards.  

Since inception in 2013, our progress and success has been featured in local news and industry publications.

We share them with you here. 


Have a Go News

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The Aging Agenda

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The Times

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The Southern Gazette

The Southern Gazette


The West Australian

The West Australian


The Third Sector

The Third Sector


 

Pro Bono Australia – Pumping Young Blood into Aged Care


Business News

Business News


Catholic Homes, The Link Newsletter

Catholic Homes, The Link Newsletter


ACSA Magazine

ACSA Magazine


Southern Gazette

Southern Gazette


The Southern Gazette

Southern Gazzette


Reaching Out

Reaching Out


Australian Ageing Agenda Magazine and Blog post

Australian Ageing Agenda Magazine and Blog post


Aged Care Insite


 The Weekend West

The Weekend West


Southern Gazette

Southern Gazette


 Australian Association of Gerontology, WA Division News


 Generosity Magazine

Generosity Magazine

 Business News

 Business News


 Association of Gerontology

Association of Gerontology


 Ann Nyaga

Ann Nyaga

 

Goverment House Western Australia

Goverment House Western Australia

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Is a merger right for my board? A guide for not-for-profit boards considering mergers and other forms of collaborations

Everyone is talking about mergers …but is a merger right for my not-for-profit board? If you have ever considered this question – your board is certainly not alone. Close to a third of Australia’s not-for-profit (NFP) Board Directors have discussed a merger as a potential form of collaboration at some point in the organisation’s history. […]

How can boards lead beyond the boardroom? The concept of board members as brand ambassadors

The landscape in the not-for-profit sector is changing and so, too, must the way we think about what leadership means in the twenty-first century. Boards now face a future that looks nothing like the past – the rapid growth of technology now means that now must consider different approaches for thinking about the role directors […]

How is aged care in Australia changing? Employment diversity in the aged care sector

  The concern for many aged care providers today is how to cater their services towards a growing aged care population, while ensuring that the workforce is able to support both present and future demand. As the number of people aged 85 and over is expected to be five times larger by 2051, this creates […]

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