Tasmanian HACC Program Client Group Analysis: Final Report: Prepared for Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania

Jones, Andrew, Povey, Jenny, Baffour, Bernie, Clague, Denise, Haynes, Michele, Cook, Stephanie and Lucio, Eduardo (2015) Tasmanian HACC Program Client Group Analysis: Final Report: Prepared for Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania St Lucia, Queensland, Australia: The University of Queensland, Institute for Social Science Research

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Author Jones, Andrew
Povey, Jenny
Baffour, Bernie
Clague, Denise
Haynes, Michele
Cook, Stephanie
Lucio, Eduardo
Title of report Tasmanian HACC Program Client Group Analysis: Final Report: Prepared for Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania
Parent publication Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania
Publication date 2015-09
Publisher The University of Queensland, Institute for Social Science Research
Place of publication St Lucia, Queensland, Australia
Total pages 259
Collection year 2016
Language eng
Formatted abstract
The aged and community care reforms agreed to by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) in 2011 created a need and opportunity to review the purpose, objectives and operations of the Tasmanian Home and Community Care (HACC) Program. Now, with significant further change occurring in the form of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and other health policy and strategy developments, this research report addresses the question:  

Who is the Tasmanian HACC Program now assisting, and what are the implications of the client profile for the future of the HACC Program in Tasmania? 

The findings are based on data from document analysis, stakeholder interviews, secondary data analysis (including HACC Minimum Data Set and Australian Bureau of Statistics data) and the findings of a custom survey administered to HACC clients (the HACC Client Survey).
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