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St. Basil’s NSW/ ACT Named Finalist in the 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards

St. Basil’s Homes NSW/ACT has been named as a State Finalist in not one but two (2) categories of the 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards. 
10 months ago

The Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) Aged Care Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements and contributions made by ACSA Member Organisations, teams and individuals in the aged care industry throughout the year.

This year, there are five award categories, with winners from each state and territory forming the list of nominees for ACSA’s 2021 National Aged Care Awards.

St. Basil’s Homes NSW/ACT has been named as a State Finalist in not one but two (2) categories of the 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards.  La Stacey Baramy, Director of Care & Community has been named as an Employee of the Year finalist whilst St Basil’s Aged Care NSW/ACT Community Services is a finalist in the Provider of the Year category.

La Stacey Baramy, Director of Care & Community

The Employee of the Year award recognises the dedication and contribution of an individual employee in the delivery of services to older people. The employee must have excelled in the care of older people, demonstrated initiative in their workplace, and helped to strengthen and inspire their colleagues.

The Aged Care Provider of the Year award recognises a residential, community care or retirement village provider that demonstrates outstanding leadership, management, workforce culture, innovation, communication and excellence to the sector.

Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) is the leading national peak body supporting not for profit, church and charitable providers of retirement living, community, home and residential care for more than 450,000 older Australians. ACSA exists to support an equitable and just aged care sector that Australians can trust to offer quality of life, choice and accessibility.

By celebrating successes through the ACSA awards, the ACSA continues to put a spotlight on the hard work and achievements of those who work in the aged care industry.

“It’s an honour to be recognised by Australia’s leading peak industry body, ACSA for the work we are doing,” says Spiro Stavis, Acting CEO, St. Basil’s NSW/ ACT.

“We are extremely proud of what St Basil’s has achieved to date, and excited about what the future holds for our organisation.”

To join the 2021 ACSA Aged Care Awards (free) online ceremony on October 26th at 12:30pm where state winners will be announced, register your attendance here https://events.acsa.asn.au/event/nsw-act-2021-acsa-aged-care-awards-online/

State and Territory winners will become national finalists with national winners to be announced in December 2021.

Find out more about St Basil’s Aged Care NSW/ ACT: https://www.stbasils.org.au

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