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Mid-term review, younger people in Residential Aded Care (YPIRAC) program

URBIS,

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2009

This Mid-Term Review report analyses the targets, performance to date and key issues associated with the Younger People in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC) Program. The Program is a joint initiative of

Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments to provide accommodation and support to younger people with disability living in or at risk of admission to residential aged care (RAC). Overall, the Review has found that the Program is having a positive impact on a large number of younger people living in or at risk of admission to RAC. State and Territory Governments have undertaken varying approaches to the Program’s implementation reflecting the different local policy and legislative contexts in which they operate.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : URBIS Mid-term Review Report

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Housing and the built environment, Safety and security

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