CFI in the media: September

Sunday Mail: Pandemic-led literacy revamp. Professor Joanne Arciuli, who is Caring Futures Institute lead of the Methodological Innovations theme, was quoted in a story on 6 September about her research project that is investigating an online model of the successful Abracadabra literacy program for children with developmental disabilities.

InDaily: Kindness is key for Judith Leeson. Caring Futures Institute ambassador Judith Leeson AM was profiled in an online story about her dedication to her community and advocating for those without a voice. The story reflects on Judith’s links to the Institute and her passion for shining a light on the importance of care across the lifespan. Read more

Your Life Choices: High-quality care for older Aussies easily affordable: Report. A recent report for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety by Professor Julie Ratcliffe was mentioned in an article about a paper by Deloitte Access Economics on key aged care funding reforms. Prof Ratcliffe’s report found that most Australians are willing to pay more tax to improve aged care. Read more

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