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Charter of Aged Care Rights

In July 2019, a new Charter of Aged Care Rights came into effect. It replaced previous charters of care recipients' rights and responsibilities. The charter provides the same rights to all consumers, regardless of the type of Australian Government funded aged care and services they may receive.

The charter outlines consumers' rights, including the right to dignity and respect, the right to exercise choice and independence, including making decisions about their own care and the way care and services are delivered to enable consumers to live the life they choose.

This resource is available in 18 different languages: Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Dutch, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Macedonian, Maltese, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Access translated versions here.