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A hazard sign warning drivers of elderly members crossing the street is seen in Kensington, Melbourne (AAP)

The Aged Care Royal Commission begins its next round of public hearings at the beginning of May. It's an opportunity for relatives or advocates who say that years of complaints about neglect or abuse of elderly Australians in residential care have been ignored or dismissed. The Fed Govt is providing  extra money for support services such as counseling - following complaints that many relatives have been too traumatized to get involved with the process.

Rena Sarumpaet
Presented by
Bích Ngọc
Published on
Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 15:19
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10.46 MB
5 min 43 sec