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  1. Transition care after hospital

    18 Feb 2018

    The Transition Care Program provides care through tailored support packages, while the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program provides a range of basic maintenance and support services...

  2. Carers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds

    14 Feb 2018

    Care in culturally and linguistically diverse communities may be supported by extended family networks...

  3. Maintaining your quality of life during a life-limiting illness

    13 Feb 2018

    End of life and palliative care is based on person-centred and holistic care. Talk with your family, close friends, doctor and your palliative care team about what they can do to help you to make the...

  4. Carer services - home help and support

    08 Feb 2018

    As circumstances change it is important to continually assess what services and home assistance will be most helpful...

  5. Financial support for carers

    27 Nov 2017

    The Australian and Victorian Governments offer a number of carer support services to people who provide care to someone with a disability or mental illness, with a medical condition, after an illness...

  6. Emergency or crisis support for carers

    27 Nov 2017

    An emergency care plan is a set of instructions about caring for someone in the event that you are not able to...

  7. Informed consent for medical treatment

    27 Nov 2017

    Informed consent means having enough information about a medical procedure to decide whether to have it done...

  8. Confidentiality and privacy in healthcare

    27 Nov 2017

    There are laws that set out how healthcare professionals can collect and store your health information and when they are allowed to share it...

  9. Making a complaint about a mental health service

    27 Nov 2017

    If you are dissatisfied with a mental health treatment or service, you have the right to make a complaint and have your concerns addressed...

  10. Making a complaint about disability services

    27 Nov 2017

    If you are unhappy with the way a disability service has treated you, you have the right to complain and to have your concerns addressed...