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ILC Multicultural Aged Care Service (ILC MACS) as the Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care (PICAC) provider for WA continues to provide information, resources and training to service providers so that older people of diverse backgrounds can access culturally appropriate care. As such, ILC MACS serves as a bridge between multicultural communities and aged care providers. […]
The ILC will cease delivery of the Multicultural Aged Care Service (ILC MACS) as of 30 June 2015, when the current contract is scheduled to expire. A number of factors led to this difficult decision made by the ILC Board and Management, the major one being that the ILC is at a stage where it […]
Imagine moving to another country, another culture, you have been victim to extreme domestic violence, you don’t speak or understand a word of the language spoken by the people where you now live, you don’t drive and you have four children to care for. Where do you go and who do you turn to? I […]
ILC MACS has been working on ‘’Building Capacity for the Emerging Aged Care Needs of CALD Communities” project with Outcomes Plus. Outcomes Plus was funded by the Department of Social Services (DSS) to undertake the project. The project aimed to bring CALD communities together to share and draw on their collective strengths to build capacity […]
On 30 April 2014, the Independent Living Centre WA (ILC) launched its new training services at an event attended by a range of health professionals, educators, and service providers, all of whom were interested to find out how the ILC can meet their training needs. With over 35 years experience and staffed by expert health […]
Working with ILC Multicultural Aged Care Service was a new and wonderful experience for my staff and myself. Our facility is in remote Western Australia and professional development for staff is always a hurdle. We often have to depend on trainers from outside which can be expensive. After I found out about ILC MACS from […]
The ILC Multicultural Aged Care Services (ILC MACS) recently hosted “Unpacking the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse National Ageing and Aged Care Strategy”. Developed by the Department of Health and Aging (now Department of Social Services) and released December 2012; this strategy was developed to assist in the Living Longer Living Better (now Healthy Life Better […]
A Guide to Multicultural Aged Care Services in WA