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The Association for Culturally Appropriate Services

Advocating for Quality Care to Meet Diverse Cultural Needs of Communities and Providers.

Client's Words

"Via its network of contacts in different sectors, including the University and NAATI on how to provide CaLD-appropriate services, AfCAS would assist the aged care and disability provider with a holistic support."

The Association for Culturally
Appropriate Services Welcomes You

AfCAS promotes quality, accountability and access to culturally

appropriate services for our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD)

seniors,  regardless of their geographic location.

Services 

Training
 

Cultural Audits
& Charters

Mentoring
 

Community Engagement & Advisory Services

Upcoming Seminars 

For information about further events, please look out for our posters, website and social media.

LinkedIn: 

  • LinkedIn

Webinars

Participant satisfaction from our previous seminars and events has been outstanding, providing insight and knowledge. Hence, these seminars are available for purchase on this website. 

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People

Membership

AFCAS invites membership from CaLD community organisations, service providers and individuals to ensure services are culturally appropriate and accessible for CaLD clients. 

Committee

The work of AfCAS is directed by a committee representative of members from a range of CaLD backgrounds and experience of work in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

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Partners

Our work is supported and informed through building strong partnerships and networks across key agencies delivering culturally appropriate services.

Collaborations

Volunteering form the backbone of AfCAS. With our members and volunteers, in partnership with Universities and other like-minded organisations, we assist culturally and linguistically diverse seniors, and their service providers to improve the quality of care. 

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