We all know aged care is changing - RNs and ENs are expensive in terms of staffing, and aged care facilities are beginning to capitalise on the idea of Cert IV AINs fulfilling a traditionally clinical role. This is despite the fact that older people are not being admitted into aged care until they reach much higher dependancy levels than in the past.
What do people think about the 'care supervisor' concept? Perhaps someone here has done the course, and is now working in this role. Any ideas would be great.