Community operators enlist business advisors to secure long-term future

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PACE Care, an alliance of independent aged and community care service providers based on the NSW Central Coast, has signed a memorandum of understanding with One Direct Advisory (ODA).

The MOU will allow PACE, whose members include Peninsula Villages, Adelene, Central Coast Community Care Association, and Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel, to better support community and care providers in the state, said PACE General Manager Greg Worrall (pictured).

“The MOU with One Direct Advisory is an exciting commitment to ensure PACE Care can continue to offer a holistic approach to its members, where community and aged care organisations can leverage on sharing resources, training, administration and finance support.

“We understand that each organisation is unique and the service and support we provide needs to follow accordingly. One Direct Advisory has an excellent reputation for providing quality advisory services that will complement our current administration and finance-focused offering,” he said.

PACE and ODA will visit regional areas next year as part of the MOU to promote collaboration and explore opportunities for independent and Not For Profit providers to benefit from the PACE network.