We are committed to increasing access for older Western Australians to primary healthcare.
Psychological therapies in residential aged care facilities: A program to support older people living in residential aged care who are living with or at risk of a mental illness.
Compassionate Communities: A project in the Great Southern to increase awareness around end of life and empower people to live and die well in their place of choice.
Social connectedness: A two-year pilot project in Mandurah helping older people to become and remain connected to society through overcoming barriers to accessing community services.
600 medication management e-learning modules completed by aged care workers.
The work we do across our seven pillars, or priority areas, helps those at risk of poor health outcomes by addressing health inequity and improving access to services that transform and save lives. Read about this year’s achievements and some of the great work being done with our key partners and the community.to deliver better health, together.
Improving the health of Aboriginal Western Australians is a critical concern.View Aboriginal Health
We are committed to increasing access for older Western Australians to primary healthcare.View Aged Care
Our focus is on providing services that respond to people as a whole.View Alcohol and Other Drugs
Digital health helps us to identify priorities, link services, and fund options for better primary care.View Digital Health
We build the capacity and capability ofthe primary healthcare workforce to help more people access the care they need.View Health Workforce
We know that mental ill health is one the biggest health challenges forWestern Australians.View Mental Health
Improving population health contributes to the wellbeing of communities across our State.View Population Health