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Carer Recognition Act 2010

The Parliament of Australia; Commonwealth of Australia Country Resources disability, General Health Legislation Australia 18 November 2010 Legislation/regulation community services, primary care

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The Carer Recognition Act 2010 came into effect on 18 November 2010, and is the Australian Government’s commitment to deliver the first element of the National Carer Recognition Framework. The aim of the Act is to increase recognition and awareness of the role carers play in providing daily care and support to people with disability, medical conditions, mental illness or who are frail aged.

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Carer Recognition Act 2010
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