Mandatory masks for aged care. @NDIS saying Participants cannot use funding to purchase masks. NSW Newmarch House casual worker employed in aged care AND disability group home - not uncommon. #Covid19Au #DisasterWaitingToHappen https://t.co/AnNi9CxsiN
SCHADS Award employees must be included. Overseas experience: disability group homes as vulnerable as aged care. Casual workers across multiple worksites. No PPE. @NDIS says funds can’t be used to purchase masks. #covid19au https://t.co/NQ9KpV2MSM
It might be too long winded, too intellectual and too true. It is a good read. It flows well and beautifully to its conclusion. It might be self indulgent? It made me smile and cringe. It does not overwhelm nor does it avoid.
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