“During October 2018 a Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre research team convened a forum aimed at generating consensus recommendations relating to the incorporation of supported decision-making in the National Plan on elder abuse. This day-long forum was independently facilitated, and involved 36 key stakeholders from a range of backgrounds and perspectives.
Based on discussion during the forum, and further consultation with participants in the weeks following the forum, ten key recommendations are made”
Capacity Australia’s resources and expertise contributed to this innovative and ground-breaking document from the Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre: Supported Decision-Making in the National Plan on Elder Abuse.
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Sinclair, C., & Stahl, L. (2018). Supported decision-making in the National Plan on elder abuse: Consensus Recommendations. Sydney: Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre.