As educators of allied health professionals, ACDHS sits at the nexus between health and education.
As such, members are well placed to provide insights on the demands our future health workforce will face,
and opportunities to improve the efficacy of their practice and the sustainability of the systems they will work in.

Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program

The Boosting the Local Care Workforce (BLCW) Program was announced in the 2017/18 budget as a $33 million program to support service providers in the disability and aged care sectors. Click here ...

ACDHS proud to sponsor the Indigenous Allied Health Student Academic Achievement Award

Nicole Velkoski is a Wiradjuri woman who has just completed her final year of her Psychology undergraduate degree with a distinction average.



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