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Lungurra Ngoora: a pilot model of care for aged and disabled in a remote Australian Aboriginal community - can it work?

by Logiudice D, Smith K, Atkinson D, Carroll E, Schaper F, Shadforth G, Murphy R, Lautenschlager N, Flicker L

Journal article
Year 2012
Journal Alzheimer's & Dementia
Volume 8
Issue 4, supplement
Page P384

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  • Lungurra ngoora services

    Lungurra ngoora services, formerly the Looma aged and disabilty project, is based on research undertaken by the University of Western Australia (UWA) that examined the gaps in aged and disability services for Indigenous people in remote Western Australia (WA).

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