Enduring Documents Update: Govt Enquiry

Enduring Documents Interest Group

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Submissions for inquiry into aged care, palliative care, assisted dying close soon.

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The Queensland Government has announced an enquiry into aged care, palliative care, assisted dying and end of life. 
All aspects of aged care, including euthanasia, will be canvassed in a new Queensland government inquiry, the premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, has announced.

“Too many families are troubled by the cost and complexity of aged care,” Palaszczuk said.

“Every single person wants to know that their loved one gets the best possible support, care and services.”

“This is an issue we must discuss, this is an issue we must confront,” she said.

Submissions are being sought by all of the community on this important issues and close on 15th April 2019.

More information about the enquiry and submissions can be found at aged care enquiry

The Federal Government has also launched a Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. More information is here.

Good to see that this important area of our society is getting some attention. The ABC also posted and article on How  Enduring Power of Attorney Documents Help Children Rip Off The Elderly, the article is here


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