Productivity Commission Final Report Released

Posted on 17 November 2020
By Tegan Carrison, Executive Director, AAPi

The final Productivity Commission report for mental health has been released. This is a comprehensive report consisting of a long-term plan for reforming our mental health system. It consists of 22 recommendations and 100 actions. The report highlights the need to focus on prevention, early intervention and person-centred care.

To access the full report please visit the Productivity Commission  website.

AAPi will be advocating to and working with government and other key stakeholders regarding several of the recommendations to ensure that any new requirements includes adequate funding.

The report provides both opportunities and challenges for the future of psychology and AAPi will ensure that our members and their clients have a strong voice.