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Do we still need unpaid carers in a competitive aged care market?

Is the unpaid assistance provided in the main by family caregivers or other close relatives, friends or associates still necessary, or have carers become a problem? Do they require a new specialised management approach to ensure they don’t get in the way of the competitive process of service provision or go on to become long-term welfare dependents?

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