Keep our communities healthy and connected
Let’s create modern, convenient and affordable healthcare, that can scale and adapt to pandemic challenges and keep Australia open for business. Let’s prioritise local support for mental health and higher standards in aged care.
Advocate for responsible and proportional responses to Covid
By listening to epidemiologists and business, acting on their advice and increasing funding and support for essential frontline workers.
Improve mental health services nationally and in Warringah
By prioritising mental health funding and ensuring availability of essential youth mental health facilities.
Modernise and increase channels to access healthcare
By expanding telehealth and other digital health services.
Increase quality of care in aged care
By implementing the recommendations of the Aged Care Royal Commission, supporting flexible funding options for home care, and increasing accountability and resources in aged care facilities.
Improve access for NDIS participants and providers
By seeking efficiencies and reducing red tape in accessing NDIS.
Increased support for community-led family and domestic violence services
and prevention strategies.
As good as my word
I was elected by the people of Warringah to support good health policy. Here’s what I’ve done.
And improved care for older and disabled Australians in the electorate.
From requiring increased testing facilities during lockdowns, better vaccination access to mental health support for Year 12 students.
Facilitated over 300 Warringah residents who needed urgent travel permits to leave Australia during COVID
Helped 60 people gain exemptions to enter the country, 50 stranded Australians return, and 50 people to gain visas and citizenship and introduced a petition for parents to be considered immediate family.
And brought in experts in the field and Government departments to speak directly to constituents about their needs and answer questions about policy changes.
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