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We understand that moving into residential aged care involves a lot of change and can lead to you having a number of questions. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have, but we have also listed some websites that you might find useful.
Advocacy, support and information to empower older people and people with disabilities.
The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission provides a free service for anyone to raise their concerns about the quality of care or services being delivered to people receiving aged care services subsidised by the Australian Government.
Access to resources, support services, education for people with dementia, their carers and family members.
Australia's peak national non-government cancer control organisation. Cancer Council Australia advises the Australian Government and other bodies on practices and policies to help prevent, detect and treat cancer.
A non-profit, community based organisation providing information and support for carers, including carers whose loved one has recently been admitted to an aged care home.
Centrelink is delivered by the Australian Government Department of Human Services and supports people with payments and services at times of major change. You can access more information about the assets and income assessment on this website.
Free and confidential information on community aged care, disability and other support services.
Information, training and education about bladder and bowel health issues.
Support for older Australians including advocacy, programs and events.
Australian Government website explaining the aged care services that are available and how to access them.
Advocacy, support and information to empower older people and people with disabilities in NSW.