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New Practice Review Guidelines have been released by Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC), including a suite of templates that NGO services can contextualise to their organisation and use. A practice review is an investigative process that establishes and documents the facts around an issue, event or a set of circumstances,

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The Multicultural Communities Council of Illawarra (MCCI), as part of a social marketing campaign developed by the University of Wollongong, has released carer support booklets translated into eight languages and posters aimed at the Vietnamese and Turkish communities.

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Colours of yesterday is a new colouring book for older people, featuring drawings that are more accessible for older hands and eyes, with themes lovingly depicting the way things were. The colouring book was created by Australian artist Annette Innis, based on her experience teaching participatory art classes for older people and refugees,

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The Fair Work Ombudsman has released six new videos to assist new arrivals and visa holders understand their workplace rights. Each video has been produced in 16 languages other than English and builds on the Fair Work Ombudsman’s commitment to remove barriers that prevent migrant workers from accessing workplace assistance.

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AllowMe! is a new app that enables people to create a community of care around a person at the end of life. The app helps people who are caring for someone with a life-limiting illness by mobilising their existing community to help with practical tasks. Palliative Care Australia developed AllowMe! in response to feedback from carers,

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CareSearch palliative care knowledge network provides palliative care information and resources. CareSearch has developed a set of multicultural videos that offer information around various aspects of palliative care. The videos are available in English, Greek, Italian, Cantonese, Mandarin and Arabic.

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feedAustralia is a world leading nutritional promotion and preventative health initiative that provides early childhood education and care providers with a free online menu planning tool, built and trialled specifically to integrate with Federal Child Care quality regulations.

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The NSW (Multicultural Access Projects) MAP Network has developed a series of translated explanations of the Australian Aged Care system, suitable for CALD clients and families. Currently there are 16 languages available, with more to come.

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My Consumer Rights is an educational resource to address the consumer needs of newly-arrived migrants (including humanitarian entrants and refugees) by introducing them to their basic consumer rights and responsibilities when buying goods and services in Australia.

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Children in care is a new Resource Sheet from the Australian Institute of Family Studies. It is designed to inform service providers, practitioners and policy-makers about children living in out-of-home care. It provides a snapshot of the data on Australian children and young people who were in out-of-home care during 2015-16