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User charges have been suggested as a means of limiting demand for subsidised community services, yet the practicalities and effectiveness of this strategy remain largely unknown. Discussion of user charges has also been stimulated recently with the development of Regional Geriatric Assessment...
Australia's elderly do not use library services as frequently as other age groups. There are a variety of explanations for this under‐utilisation ranging from the attitudes of the elderly through the library materials available to physical demands on aged users. This article examines some recent...
The recent introduction of new funding arrangements in nursing homes in Australia combined with other changes arising out of the Nursing Homes and Hostels Review have significantly raised the level of debate on a whole range of issues concerning the care of* the elderly in this country. It is...
In New South Wales, the implementation of the ‘new’ Mental Health Act and the deinstitutionalisation of Mental Hospital patients following the Richmond Report, have lent urgency to the need to develop specialised units and services for the confused and disturbed elderly.
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AGING, George L. Maddox Editor‐in‐Chief
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