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Accreditation Systems Recognition Tool

New South Wales Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Country Resources General Health Service Standards Australia, New South Wales 1 March 2013 Guidelines quality care, residential care

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This recognition tool is for service providers who already have accreditation status with one or more of the industry standards. It will simplify the process for service providers to demonstrate that they meet the practice requirements of the New South Wales Disability Services Standards and will streamline reporting requirements by recognizing the findings of other external assessments as set out in this tool. The recognition tool has 13 chapters, one for each quality management system or standard that has been mapped by Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand.

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