And it is something that will touch regional Australia significantly. Underpayment to thousands of salaried staff?
Well, yes but no. Thousands of people queuing to heave themselves up a spiritual monolith with complete disregard for the traditional owners?
Umm, yes but no. The verdict was the nation's aged care system wasn't just poor or unsatisfactory but it is "unkind and uncaring towards older people and, in too many instances, it neglects them". Commissioners Richard Tracey and Lynelle Briggs wrote in the interim report that aged care here in the 21 st century "is a sad and shocking system that diminishes Australia as a nation".
Back in Mr Nutt spoke to the Newcastle Herald about the isolation and depression he was forced to confront as a young man living in an aged care facility. James Nutt: Has addressed a Senate Committee in inset and now a Royal Commission about younger people living in residential aged care - as he did.
The talkfests were four years apart. The penultimate paragraph read: "Mr Nutt recently made a submission to a Senate inquiry looking into young people living in aged-care facilities in Australia. Four years - and no doubt many words and shelf-filling reports - later, Mr Nutt addressed this particular royal commission.
His message was the same: "Younger people shouldn't be in aged care facilities.
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That Senate Committee recommended the Australian government compile a database of people under 65 living in residential aged care so their needs could be better understood. The federal government "noted" this but did not accept the recommendation. And that's why this paragraph in the report is all the more galling: "The failure to develop a proper understanding of the circumstances and needs of younger people in residential aged care, together with the continued entry of younger people The matter's not over.
Gawronski will be sentenced on December The same goes for the royal commission. It will hand down a final report in November Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer. Home Comment. Oh, and it's underfunded, too. Commissioners Richard Tracey and Lynelle Briggs wrote in the interim report that aged care here in the 21st century "is a sad and shocking system that diminishes Australia as a nation".
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James Nutt knows all about it. He's lived it, As a year-old. He was left a paraplegic with an acquired brain injury after being bashed as a year-old.
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He has been on that corner for at least five years. He has a beautiful smile and a pleasant demeanor. When we give money, it comes from a place of power and authority. It makes us feel good. It does not offer the other person dignity and respect.
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