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Restorative and wellbeing care in Australian residential aged care facilities

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Isabelle Meulenbroeks and Rebecca Haddock authored the paper "Restorative and wellbeing care in Australian residential aged care facilities" which discusses the allied health governance, data collection, and funding barriers to accessing or providing high-quality restorative and wellbeing care in Australian RAC. The most significant of these barriers is that provision of restorative and wellbeing services in RAC facilities is not guaranteed by minimum standards outlined in the Quality-of-Care Principles. 
These barriers cause restorative and wellbeing services to be inequitably distributed in the RAC sector, provided in low quantities, financially unobtainable for some RAC residents, and non-transparent to the RAC consumer. You can access the paper here.
 

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