A long-awaited decision has finally arrived, and it is in favour of migrant communities in Australia. The Immigration Department has finally brought in the aged care labour agreements to support migrant communities.
According to this agreement, the aged care providers will now be able to hire overseas workers to support older Australians belonging from different backgrounds.
Of course, the hired workers will possess specialised skills that will help the older Australians in a better way. In fact, for instance, the need of bilingual carers has been identified by some aged care providers as some elderly people may revert to their native language or lose the ability to speak a second language as their age progresses.
Furthermore, special visa arrangements will allow aged care facilities to access a personalised visa arrangement to hire employees with the skills to cater to the needs of Australia’s elderly people. This will assist the aged care providers in finding the right staff to deliver vital aged care services. Additionally, company-specific labour agreements will enable aged care providers to deliver specialised services that will better understand residents' cultural needs. To know and check your eligibility or get an online assessment, please visit us.
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