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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

NSW younger people in residential aged care

 

Overview

The Younger people in residential aged care (YPIRAC) program is jointly funded by the NSW and the Australian governments. The program aims to provide better support and living options for younger people with a disability living in, or at risk of entering, residential aged care.

Contacts

Ph: 1800 467 622
Email: ypirac@dadhc.nsw.gov.au

Related publications

NSW Younger People in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC) program (2012)

New South Wales Ageing Disability and Home Care Department of Family and Community Services

The NSW Younger People in Residential Aged Care Program (YPIRAC) is a response to the number of younger people with a disability residing in aged care facilities. The NSW YPIRAC Program aims to provide more appropriate living options and practical support for some younger people with a disability living in, or at risk of entry into, residential aged care. The factsheet provided summarises what is offered by the program; who is eligible to receive assistance; and the process with which to apply.

Abstract adapted from New South Wales Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care

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Last updated: 1 June 2010
 
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