SA Urged to Embrace Co-Op Model to Fix Aged Care and Disability Worker Shortages
Pro Bono Australia | Luke Michael 5 December 2018
South Australia should embrace the cooperative business model to fix problems in the state’s care sector, according to a leading UK social entrepreneur.
Dr Guy Turnbull, EY’s UK Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017, has been in Australia sharing his expertise in applying the cooperative model to the social care workforce.
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