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This submission outlines a series of measures to support unpaid carers in their caring role.
We welcome the opportunity to draw attention to a problem that seriously impacts on many carers' health and wellbeing.
Our submission on the Productivity Commission's review of the 2012 National Disability Agreement.
Our submission to the Department of Jobs and Small Business on the initiative to update the delivery of government funded employment services.
Our Submission to the Department of Social Services Discussion Paper on a draft regional delivery model for the Integrated Carer Support Service.
Our submission into a review of the use of respite care and the appropriateness of current funding arrangements.
Our Submission to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee.
Our Submission to the DSS Discussion Paper on the importance of supported employment to people with disability and their carers.
Carers of people with dementia not only provide more hours of care on average than most other categories of carers, but they are also more likely to experience significant strain, stress and psychological...
Despite widespread political and community recognition that the contribution of unpaid family and friend carers is essential to the continuing affordability of aged care and disability care, direct funding...