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Inclusive ageing: Tasmania 2012-2014 strategy

Community Development Division, Department of Premier and Cabinet Tasmanian Government Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Tasmania 1 January 2012 Policy document community, elderly care, Social Inclusion

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The Inclusive Ageing Tasmania 2012-2014 Strategy forms part of the overarching response of the Tasmanian Government to support a more socially inclusive society in the context of an ageing population. The key objective of the Strategy is to increase the capacity for all older people to be fully included in community life, particularly those who are socially excluded or at risk of becoming so.


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