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Council of Aboriginal Elders of South Australia Inc.

 

Description

The Council of Aboriginal Elders of South Australia is a state-wide peak advocacy and information service providing a vital link between aged care service providers and the Aboriginal community. The organisation is funded under the Home and community care (HACC) program; a joint Australian, State and Territory Government initiative. The chief role of the organisation is to monitor the effectiveness of services to frail and older Aboriginal people, ensuring their cultural appropriateness, and where necessary to recommend policy and other changes. The Council comprises 18 members who all work in a voluntary capacity, from the 15 regions throughout the state of South Australia, who are nominated by their local regional forum.

Abstract adapted from Council of Aboriginal Elders of South Australia

Contacts

Council of Aboriginal Elders of South Australia Inc.
50-60 Sussex Street
PO Box 635
North Adelaide SA 5006
Ph: (08) 8367 0783
Fax: (08) 8367 0784
Email: jhaynes@caesa.org

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Last updated: 28 November 2011
 
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