BallyCara welcomes feedback from all consumers, their families, carers and representatives, members of the workforce, and other key stakeholders and takes all complaints or concerns that may be raised seriously.
This Complaints Handling Policy is designed to assist you to understand how to make a complaint.
What is a Complaint?
A complaint is an expression of dissatisfaction made to BallyCara, related to our services or operations, or the complaints handling process itself, where a response or resolution is explicitly or implicitly expected.
BallyCara’s Commitment BallyCara is committed to handling complaints effectively and efficiently. To manage complaints effectively, we have established a Complaints Handling Program in line with both the international complaints handling standard (ISO 10002:2018 Quality management – Customer satisfaction – Guidelines for complaints handling in organizations), and the Australian/New Zealand complaints handling standard (AS/NZS 10002:2014 Guidelines for complaint management in organizations).
Our Complaints Handling Program includes the establishment of an online complaints management system which allows us to effectively capture, manage and report on complaints. Regular analysis of complaints received and the implementation of rectification action, where deficiencies are identified, are key to the organisation’s commitment. Our internal complaints handling process are available at no cost.
How Do I Make a Complaint?
We ask that, where appropriate, you first raise the matter directly with a member of our workforce. If that is not appropriate or the issue was not addressed to your satisfaction, please contact our Service Quality Director on 1300 272 222 or at email@example.com. If you have been unable to resolve a matter informally, or simply wish to make a formal complaint you can do so by any of the following means:
- Online Feedback Form
- Sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Writing a letter to BallyCara addressed to “The Service Quality Director”.
- Telephoning BallyCara and asking to speak to the Managers.
All formal complaints will be logged into our online complaints management system and managed in accordance with our Complaints Handling Program.
You may also make a complaint to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission which provides a free service for anyone to raise a concern or make a complaint about the quality of care or services provided to people receiving Australian Government funded aged care.
The contact details for the Commission are as follows: