Advisory Board Education for the Aged Care Sector

Steered by sector leaders, the Advisory Board Centre is pleased to support the aged care sector with quality and best practice. Download our guide on the initiatives we have launched, and learn more about the new regulations and what they mean below.



Aged Care & Other Legislation Amendment

On 2 August 2022, the Australian Government passed the Aged Care and Other Legislation Amendment (Royal Commission Response) Bill 2022. The first legislation to pass in the new Parliament, the Bill implements nine measures to improve aged care and responds to 17 recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.

The Bill establishes the Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN ACC) funding model, a new Code of Conduct and banning orders, and extends the Serious Incident Response Scheme to all in-home care providers. It also extends the functions of the Independent Health and Aged Care Pricing Authority, which will lead to better price-setting for aged care.

Other measures enshrine transparency and accountability of approved providers, and improve quality of care and safety for older Australians receiving aged care services.

We share our thoughts on how these new reforms affect the advisory board sector.

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Aged Care Project Advisory Board

The Advisory Board Centre’s Aged Care Project Advisory Board was created to oversee the development of best practice protocols specifically for the aged care sector, in line with the changes in regulations.

Led by Chair, Toby Hall, Former Group CEO of St. Vincent’s Health Australia, and supported by certified advisors Cynthia Payne, Lynn Bailey, Sandy Deans and Susanne Le Boutillier, the Aged Care advisory board boasts a wealth of expertise and to date has explored how to best support the sector with implementing the new advisory related regulations to ensure providers are compliant, and the changes have a positive impact for both the recipients and providers of care.


Toby Hall (Chair)
Cynthia Payne
Lynn Bailey
Susanne Le Boutillier
Sandy Deans
Brendan Logue
Louise Broekman

Check out discussions on these regulatory changes

Hear from members of our Aged Care Project Advisory Board as they share their insights on the new regulations - what they mean for the sector at large, and how advisors and advisory boards have the opportunity to make an impact.

Louise, Toby, Susan & Sandy
Brendan & Lynn
Brendan & Cynthia

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Brendan Logue
Director of Talent
Advisory Board Centre


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