What will the new Aged Care Act, new Regulatory Model, and Strengthened Quality Standards bring in 2024 and beyond?

Understanding the upcoming regulatory and legislative changes in Australian aged care can be challenging. The new landscape requires a careful understanding of these changes to help providers get ready and adapt to evolving standards, ensuring the delivery of high-quality care.

Join us for this invaluable training session where we discuss what the new Aged Care Act, new Regulatory Model, and Strengthened Quality Standards will bring in 2024 and beyond.

Learn how they are all linked and what to expect in the Department of Health and Aged Care and Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission’s approach to regulation.  

During this free 1-hour training session you will: 

  • Gain insights into the new Aged Care Act, new Regulatory Model, and Strengthened Quality Standards, how these are different to current expectations, and how these regulatory changes will be applied in residential aged care.  
  • Learn about the potential improvements and actions required for these regulatory changes.  
  • Hear about legal aspects and implications from our guest speaker 
  • Understand how Department and the Commission will regulate the sector in future, through data analysis, their risk-proportionate response, and risk monitoring approaches.  

Secure your spot today and ensure you and your organisation are equipped with the right knowledge to manage your organisation’s risk in 2024 and beyond. 

Your host

Katie Airey

Senior Manager​, Quality

Katie is the Senior Manager for Quality at Mirus she drives the product development and execution of this practice. Katie has extensive experience in the aged care sector from running her own advisory business to holding roles such as Aged Care Consultant at Pride Living Group; ACFI Education and Quality Consultant and Coordinator at Peninsula Village and Assistant Manager at Happy Valley Retreat.

Guest Speaker

Jessica Kinny

Solicitor Director, Kinny Legal

Jessica is recognised as a leading expert in aged care, health and retirement living law. She acts for a broad range of clients including: small, medium and large businesses; ASX-listed companies; health professionals; and not-for-profits.
Jessica offers clients multi-award-winning expertise and client service. She draws on her deep understanding of the legal and practical challenges of her clients and a rare ability to balance creativity with methodical thinking to deliver top quality results and innovative solutions to difficult problems. Jessica particularly enjoys acting as a long-term trusted legal advisor to clients.