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This review targets contemporary literature examining quality from the viewpoint of older Australians who receive aged care services in the residential and community sectors. It addresses current and emerging issues in the literature, predominately from studies published from 2010 onwards. The review emphasises Australian research...
This Literature Review forms one component of the national evaluation of the TRACS Program which was commissioned in late 2012 by the then Department of Health and Ageing, now the Department of Social Services. The review builds on earlier work undertaken for...
Increased choice in aged care services is an international trend, driven by demographic changes and consumer advocacy.
This review of the literature on consumer-directed, flexible care points to better outcomes for consumers and to cost efficiencies. The authors signal several key issues that need...
This report examines what the currently available literature has to say in relation to the following three questions:
1. What are the financial costs and benefits to individuals and governments of using private housing as the home base for the provision of care services...