Time and time again, politicians have been told how to address the problems only to ignore the advice.
This is the second story in this series. Read the first here.
If problems in the aged care workforce have been a staple of policy discussion for years, so has governments claiming to be addressing the issue and failing.
The following list of reviews, inquiries, studies and responses is exhausting — but nowhere near exhaustive. They do, however, illustrate a pattern of policymakers knowing full well what the solutions are but failing to implement them.
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