Government advise on choking prevention

| 05 Oct 2017

The Australian Aged Care Quality Agency (AACQA) has released a set of recommendations for people who are at a higher risk of choking, such as people who are older or have a disability. The recommendations include information on how to prevent choking on food items, high risk foods to avoid, and instructions to follow if someone is choking.

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