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2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards

Nominations for the ACSA Aged Care Awards are now closed and winners announced. Cobgratulations to all winners and finalists. 

   

View the recording here of the National 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards.

 

The 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards, proudly supported by HESTA, celebrate the outstanding achievements and contributions made by ACSA Member Organisations, teams and individuals in the aged care industry throughout the year.

Through celebrating these successes, the awards continue to put a spotlight on the hard work and achievements of those who work in the aged care industry.

National Award Winners


Employee of the Year

Winner: Therese Best, Queen Victoria Care, TAS

This award recognises the dedication and contribution of an individual employee in the delivery of services to older people. The employee must have excelled in the care of older people, demonstrated initiative in their workplace, and helped to strengthen and inspire their colleagues.


Volunteer of the Year 

Winner: Christine Sward, Christian Homes Tasmania, TAS

This award recognises an individual who exemplifies the tireless generosity of volunteers in caring for and supporting older people and their carers.


Provider of the Year 

Winner: Warrigal, NSW

This award recognises a residential, community care or retirement village provider that demonstrates outstanding leadership, management, workforce culture, innovation, communication and excellence to the sector.


Regional Rural Remote (RRR) Provider of the Year

Winner: Mt View Homes, SA

This award recognises a residential, community care or retirement village provider that has a head office located in a regional, rural or remote area. This provider demonstrates outstanding leadership, management, workforce culture, community engagement, innovation, communication and excellence to the sector.


Innovation in Service or Design

Winner: 'By Request: A Playlist of Memories' by Anglicare Southern Queensland, QLD

This award recognises a program, project or initiative that shows originality to improve the lives of older Australians. The project should focus on achieving positive outcomes for all concerned. The project can be focused on either improving services to older people or on the design and building of new or improved spaces for older people.

 

 

Find out more about the 'By Request: A Playlist for Memories' program. 

 

 

 

 

The 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards is proudly sponsored by