04 March 2021

Aged Care Royal Commission Final Report – what does “care, dignity and respect” look like at the bottom line

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety (Aged Care Royal Commission) has released its Final Report, Care, Dignity and Respect.  This alert distils some of the key findings of the Final Report.  As we analyse the Final Report, which spans 8 volumes and over 2,800 pages, we will provide further updates on the implications for the aged care sector.

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