ACSA Award Winners Announced

By Petrina Smith
Monday, 08 September, 2014

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Rob Hankins, Chief Executive of ECH and a former president of the board of Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA), has won the Individual award at the 2014 ACSA National Aged Care Awards.
Twenty-seven individuals and organisations from all over Australia, who have made outstanding contributions to aged care, were finalists.
Adj Prof John G Kelly, AM, ACSA CEO of, said the awards celebrated all the good that is done in caring for some of Australia's most vulnerable people, the frail elderly.
"All of our finalists are already winners, having received their state’s highest accolades,"  Professor Kelly said.
"Rob Hankins has contributed much to ACSA National and to ACS in his home state of South Australia and we are proud to honour his work with this award."
The awards were judged by Heath Shonhan from Bentleys, Karen Martin from Aged Care Channel, Kerry Lehman from Brand Partners and Christopher Baynes from Do Come Monday, four of ACSA's National Partners.
Other winners were:
Employee Lisa Kipping, Catholic Homes, Victoria
Volunteer Joan Muhling, City of Subiaco, Western Australia
Trainee Cale Swift, Baptistcare, Western Australia
Organisation Feros Care, NSW/ACT
Individual Rob Hankins (ECH) SA/NT

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