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Recipients of aged care – whether residing in an aged care facility or in their own home – are the most frail and vulnerable members of our community.
The key stakeholders regarding the care for the elderly are;
the family. The members of the elderly people have the first hand experience in the frailness and the needs of the elderly. These are at the forefront in the long-term well-being of the elderly
the community members in general. Each and every member of the community ought to chip in when care is being given to the elderly. This might be in helping them cross streets, checking up on them regularly or even helping out with tasking chores and the like
dedicated nurses and community doctors. These are the carers for the elderly be it in aged care facilities or at their homes. It is vital that the elderly are checked upon regularly and treated accordingly.
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Jan 14th, 2016
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