The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flexible Aged Care (NATSIFAC) program will receive an additional $105.7 million to enable more First Nations people to receive home or residential aged care in remote and very remote areas. The funding will be delivered over the next four years to allow First Nations people to remain close to their family and their home for as long as possible.
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