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Department of Health and Ageing: www.health.gov.au
The Federal Department of Health and Ageing provides comprehensive information for consumers on aged care related issues and services.

Department of Ageing Disability and Home Care:  www.dadhc.nsw.gov.au
The Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care is the State Department which provides information on services, and special areas of interest for the elderly and people with a disability.

Complaints: www.health.gov.au/oacqc
Visit this site to get further information on making a complaint about an aged care service.

Advocacy Services: www.tars.com.au
The Aged-care Rights Service is a community legal centre which advocates for people residing in a Commonwealth funded facility. They also provide information on cost and contracts.

Alzheimer’s Association: www.alzheimers.org.au
Alzheimer’s Australia is the peak body providing support and advocacy for people living with dementia.

Carers Assocociation: www.carersnsw.asn.au
Carers NSW is a peak organisation for relatives and friends who are caring for people with a disability, mental health problem, chronic condition or who are frail aged.

Commonwealth Respite Carelink Centres: www.commcarelink.health.gov.au
Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres provide information for older people, people with disabilities and those who provide care and services

Home Care Today (CDC): www.homecaretoday.org.au/consumer

Here you will find information and resources that will help you or your representative to understand how home care packages work when they are provided using a consumer directed care (CDC) approach. Home Care Today supports you as you work out what to expect, what choices you have and how you can make decisions about your home care.

The consumer information booklet, ‘Your Guide to New Choices in Home Care’ is now available here in 11 community languages.

Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association: www.mdaa.org.au
This is a peak body for people from non-English speaking backgrounds with disabilities and their families and carers in NSW.

Sydney South West Area Health Service: www.sswahs.nsw.gov.au
Looks after healthcare facilities in Central and South Western Sydney.

South West Sydney Ageing and Disability Support Services: www.supportservices.org.au
Provides information on services in South Western Sydney.

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