As a professional organisations there is value in being associated with the peak industry bodies who support the sector in which they operate.
Bethsalem Care is proud to be associated with a number of professional associations and industry bodies who support our objectives and goals in both the Residential Aged Care and Retirement Living industry. Both of these sectors face significant change under current government re-modelling. We promote membership with a number of peak industry bodies including:
Aged and Community Care Providers Association (ACCPA)
ACCPA is the combined national peak body representing aged care providers in both residential and community care sectors.
ACCPA has representation across Australia and provides direct support, advocacy and training for members. The aged care industry comprises Residential Aged Care Facilities, Home Care and Nursing services, Retirement Villages, Independent Living Units and seniors’ housing.
ACCPA provides a support network with a strong focus on lobbying the government with industry representation to provide specific information and support in a time of continuing change within the Aged Care sector. Visit the ACCPA website for more information.
Property Council of Australia – Retirement Living
The Property Council of Australia – Retirement Living is one of Australia’s peak bodies for the retirement village industry.
With an underlying strength of over 800 village and associate members nationally, The Property Council of Australia – Retirement Living plays a critical role in the ongoing growth and sustainability of the retirement village industry.
The Property Council – Retirement Living is one of the national organisations focused on advocating on the critical issues facing housing and services for older people, supporting and promoting members and the retirement village industry at large. They are dedicated to proactively generating greater understanding about the exceptional lifestyle opportunities retirement villages provide for older Australians and the positive impacts they have on our communities. Visit their website for more information.