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NDIS Participant Money and Property

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When receiving care from an external party, participants are putting themselves into a vulnerable position. As well as having to trust that the provider will deliver adequate, appropriate and safe care, the participant also needs to trust the provider to respect their money, property and privacy.

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The relationship between an NDIS participant and their provider is one built upon trust. When receiving care from an external party, participants are putting themselves into a vulnerable position. As well as having to trust that the provider will deliver adequate, appropriate and safe care, the participant will also need to trust the provider to respect their money, property and privacy. This is especially true for participants receiving care in their homes and who require a high level of day-to-day personal care and assistance for activities of daily living.

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Annie Dear
09 Aug 2021
Great resource. Concise and to the point. This is an area that often comes into scrutiny and is frequently offered to Aged Care Staff.
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Pabitra Rai
28 Aug 2021
Informative
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bernie harbrow
08 Jul 2020
it reminds you that in the aged care sector, these elderly people can be financial abused, and today it still happens.
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Barbara hattam
07 Aug 2021
Very good
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Taylor Maizey
25 Nov 2021
this was very clear and helpful/
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Ganesh Sharma
20 Jul 2020
It’s also a responsibility of a nurse to look after patients property.
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Maureen PARSONS
02 Aug 2021
Great resource
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Jovana Rapaic
04 Sep 2020
Good information on serious and common matter.
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Livvia Kelly
02 Jun 2021
Easy to follow
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Kathryn BRENNAN
06 Oct 2021
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