Mable CEO and co-founder Peter Scutt didn’t start Mable wanting to revolutionise the aged care and disability sectors. He was simply looking for a better way to deliver home care services due to the challenges he faced when his ageing parents, who were many hours away from where he lived, had a procession of different support workers through their home.
Fast forward almost a decade, and Mable is leading the way in showing how by taking a human rights approach to care and support service delivery, where people have choice and control over who they connect with, where based on a shared exchange of needs and values, something incredible can happen.
In June, Peter was featured on Humanity Works podcast to share:
- More about his inspiration led to the creation of Mable
- What a human rights approach to care and support is, and how it can improve outcomes for older Australians and people with disability
- Why having a core purpose for your organisation is critical to success
- How Mable is creating a new workforce supply in sectors with chronic staff shortages that deliver better outcomes for workers and clients
- How Mable is attracting diverse talent from all over the world, who feel enthused about working for the purpose-led company, and more.
You can find the episode on the Humanity Works podcast.