How will the ageing population influence demand for services in NSW?

Georgie Scanlon

Georgie comes to .id after five years working in strategy and public policy making as a consultant at Nous Group, and for the Queensland state government. She has worked across a range of sectors; past clients include organisations in the energy, primary industries, education, disability, and emergency services sectors. Georgie works with .id’s private, not-for-profit and state government clients to understand, through demographic and spatial evidence, how they can better deliver services to the community. Outside of work Georgie is still surrounded by data – she is currently completing a Masters in Econometrics – and otherwise enjoys cooking, travel and music.

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  1. Ellie-Mae Simpson says:

    Morisset/Cooranbong does have access to a home care services through Lake Macquarie Home Care.

    • Thanks Ellie, you make a very fair point – the maps only show the central location for each home care service. However what the spatial analysis was more trying to highlight was relative supply and demand; compared to the rest of the region Morisset/Cooranbong has few home care options, of note given it is forecast to have the highest number older residents by 2037.

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