Aged Care Reform Strategy: Mid-Term Review 1990-91 Report
Australian Government Publishing Service, 1991 - Aged - 282 pages
Second book in a three-volume report on Aged Care Reform Strategy, covering policies from 1985 to 1991, and outlining changes in the aged population, its special needs, charges and government services. Includes a bibliography.
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PROGRESS AND DIRECTIONS
STRATEGIES FORTARGETING IN PROGRAM
TARGETING ON SPECIAL NEEDS
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Aboriginal and Torres achieve acute hospitals admission age group Aged Care Reform aged care services aged population AGPS allocation areas Australian Health Ministers balance balance of care benchmarks Canberra carers changes Commonwealth funding community care services Community Consultations community services considerable disability equity ethnic aged factors frail aged further GATs Geriatric Assessment growth HACC services handicap Health home and community homes and hostels hostel care hostel places identified impact increase individuals issues last five length of stay long stays long term Mid-Term Review monitoring nursing home beds nursing home provision OBDs overall palliative care population aged 70 post acute proportion Queensland rates ratio recognition recommended Reform Strategy rehabilitation residential aged residential and community residential care respite respite care responsibilities role service delivery service provision South Australia special needs groups targeting Territories Torres Strait Islanders turnover users Western Australia