“This booklet gives a generic, easy to read "one stop" resource to a cross section of the community.  Whether it is family members looking for information on a variety of age care options or if it is the people themselves. As we all know, if you are not familiar with the sector, it can be a 'minefield' and to find a resource such as this to assist with the 'navigation' it is tremendous.  I can totally recommend this booklet…”

Information Consultant
Disability Information Service

“… I would like to say that the Question of Care book is my bible, I use it constantly whenever I have a query about going into care, about options, about finances and, best of all, I like the list of things to look for when looking at rest homes. I am a social worker/field worker and often will be the first point of contact for older people and their families when looking at what is out there….Good luck with it…”
Marie Bennett MANZASW
Elder Abuse & Neglect Prevention Service

“From my experience "A Question of Care" is a valuable resource for families and providers alike.
The questions that families ask based on the book provided me with an excellent base to develop an information pack.”
Robyn Broms Nurse Manager
Santa Maria

“Excellent information. Great to have an unbiased source of information. The section on "Identifying Feelings Associated With the Move" very helpful: I haven't seen the emotional and psychological effects of moving into a rest home referred to in commercial lists of rest homes.”
Age Concern

“As a new Resthome owner, I find your book "A Question of Care" a very valuable piece of information to have on hand at all times. I refer to it most weeks to answer my questions and also questions from families and residents. I have used it for staff in-services and found the article on Enduring Powers of Attorney very informative and user friendly. The book has certainly answered a lot of my questions. Thank you for putting out such a wonderful publication.”

Aversham House Resthome

“Great to have a small desk top book for quick references and for telephone numbers for other facilities.  Good information inside to show and discuss with visitors who are at the early pre admission stages and have no idea what is involved in the process for possible future requirements.”

Private Hospital

“…we've found the publication useful - especially to give to family members wanting information.”

Age Concern

“Thank you for your e-mail about the handbook, A Question of Care. We do have this publication and find it useful so would hope it goes on being available.”

Nurse Manager
Princes Court Rest Home

“Re the Question of Care booklet.   This appears to be extremely popular with prospective clients.  Many actually have a copy of the book when they visit to view the complex. I feel it’s extremely good.”

Cathy Roseveare
Manager  Cashmere View

“A Question of Care is a very worthwhile publication.”

Fitzroy of Merivale,

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