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01 Sep 2021... This document is for participants of the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP). It explains how the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and your AMEP provider will collect, use and disclose your personal information, and how you can access and correct your personal information.
08 Jun 2022... The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters' Council has produced a series of in-language audio explainers outlining how to protect yourself and your loved ones from illness this winter. The explainers discuss the importance of staying up-to-date with flu and COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as other strategies for staying healthy during influenza season.
01 Jan 2017... The Aged Care Signage will assist residents in aged care facilities navigate their way around their home or service. Signs such as 'kitchen', 'dining room', 'keep out', 'danger', and 'this way to the garden', will help improve communication with residents/clients and minimise confusion.
01 Oct 2022... Every day thousands of people receive health care. Sometimes things go wrong which cause unintentional harm to you or someone you care for. In health care, this is known as an incident. Your healthcare provider (such as a doctor or nurse) should talk with you about it as soon as possible. Open disclosure is the discussion with you, your healthcare provider and the people you may choose to support you (such as your family, carer or friend) about an incident that caused harm whilst receiving health care.
In Australia, royal commissions are the highest form of investigation on matters of public importance. Recent inquiries and reports have shown that people with disability are more likely to experience violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation than people without disability. What we learn from the Royal Commission will help to inform Australian governments, institutions and the wider community on how to prevent, and better protect, people with disability from experiencing violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation in the future.
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