Ahead of the 1 July 2019 introduction of the Charter of Aged Care Rights, the Department of Health has released 18 translated language versions of the Charter template for CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) care recipients. Aged care providers must give consumers a signed copy of the Charter, and ensure the consumer or their representative are given the opportunity to sign the document to acknowledge they understand their rights.
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