HACC Cultural Diversity HAS Pathways Project

Putting the Active Service Model into practice

An eccv project focused around pathways development between HACC Assessment Services and ethnic & multicultural community aged care

  • Building capacity in the Victorian HACC Program to respond to the needs of clients from CALD backgrounds
  • Supporting CALD clients to live as independently and autonomously as possible

Objectives

  • Establish sustainable, localised metropolitan partnerships between  HACC Assessment Services (HAS) and ethnic and multicultural community HACC Agencies
  • Explore and identify successful strategies for partnership working between HAS and EMCAC (ethnic and multicultural community-based aged care) agencies with Access & Support roles
  • Explore and identify successful strategies for partnership working between HAS and EMCAC agencies without Access & Support roles
  • Develop draft guidelines for streamlining pathways between EMCAC organisations and Victorian HAS

The project will run in 2011/2012. It is supported by the Department of Health Active Service Model seeding grants program

For further information contact Kate Ling, HACC Project Officer 03 9349 4122 or kling@eccv.org.au

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