Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Federal Funding Boosts Killarney Nursing Home

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Federal Funding Boosts Killarney Nursing Home

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KILLARNEY has secured four new aged care places and $325,000 in capital grants funding under the 2015 Aged Care Approvals Round.

Federal Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott said the places and grant funding would be delivered to Kadimah Nursing Home.

Mr Scott said the funding would make it easier for senior residents to stay in the rural community they loved.

"The Liberal National Coalition Government knows how important seniors are in our community and under the 2015 Aged Care Approvals Round, four new residential aged care places will be available at Kadimah," he said.

"These new places will be targeted to those who live in rural and remote areas and will also support those suffering from dementia.

"Kadimah will also receive $325,000 in capital grants funding following the conclusion of the 2015 ACAR.

"Seniors are the pillar of our community and the ACAR funding means these valuable community members can stay in their region and receive the care and support they need. …

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