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New awards to celebrate disability, allied health, aged care and community sector professionals

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Nominations have today opened for the inaugural HESTA Excellence Awards, which recognise the dedicated professionals working in disability, allied health, aged care and community services.

With a $60,000 prize pool up for grabs, the new Awards will help shine a spotlight on the extraordinary work being done across these four sectors to enhance the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities.

HESTA CEO Debby Blakey said these professionals deserve to be recognised and rewarded for their life-changing work.

“Every day professionals working across these sectors deliver outstanding care and support for Australians, improving their quality of life,” Ms Blakey.

“From providing rehabilitation therapy, counselling or personal care to alleviating poverty and disadvantage, these are just a few examples of the excellent work these professionals do that makes a real difference to people’s lives.
“HESTA is thrilled to help celebrate these incredible people and their achievements through these new Awards.”

Until 2 August, anyone working in the four sectors – allied health, disability services, aged care or community services – and involved in the delivery of exceptional care or service can nominate or be nominated for the Outstanding Organisation or Team Excellence categories.

The two categories will each have four winners, recognising excellence in the respective four health and community service sectors.

The eight winners will each receive $7500 for further education, service or team development from HESTA Awards sponsor, ME – the bank for you. 

ME CEO Jamie McPhee said the bank was thrilled to partner with HESTA for these new Awards to recognise more professionals across the allied health, disability, aged care and community services settings.

“These professionals provide a service vital to the Australian community. They are challenging roles that are also often under-recognised, which is why these awards are so important in shining a spotlight on the exceptional work they do.”

“ME is incredibly honoured to have been supporting these awards since 2007, and we hope to continue doing so for many years to come.”

Winners will be announced at the Awards dinner in Melbourne on Thursday 26 November 2020, subject to COVID-19 safety restrictions.

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