Thursday, July 11, 2013

HOW IT ENDED.

SING SUGGESTS NOTHING HAS CHANGED IN AGED CARE. THIS ARTICLE BELOW CONFIRMS THAT UNDER MANDATORY LAWS - EVENTIDE NURSING HOME, SANDGATE (BRIGHTON), BRISBANE, A STATE GOVERNMENT QUEENSLAND HEALTH AGED CARE FACILITY - WAS NOT OBLIGATED TO REPORT SERIOUS ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL ABUSE TO FEDERAL AUTHORITIES.

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S MINISTER FOR AGEING, JUSTINE ELLIOT, ALSO PROMISED PROTECTION FOR AGED CARE WORKERS REPORTING ABUSE. ANOTHER FALSE PROMISE.


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Listen to the interview with Lillian Jeter (Elder Abuse Prevention Association) on the right of SING's website entitled (1a) Aged care protection laws under fire. Reporter Annie Guest ABC Online.



SING ADVISES THE GENERAL PUBLIC:
THE PUBLIC INTEREST WHISTLEBLOWER IN THIS FOOTAGE WAS SACKED ON THE 25 FEBRUARY 2009 BY QUEENSLAND HEALTH. SO MUCH FOR THE PROMISE FROM MINISTER JUSTINE ELLIOT TO PROTECT AGED CARE WORKERS WHO SPEAK OUT ON BEHALF OF THE ELDERLY AND DISABLED CITIZENS IN OUR CARE.

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EVENTIDE NURSING HOME, BRIGHTON (SANDGATE) BRISBANE (QUEENSLAND HEALTH) SEXUAL ABUSE CASE FOOTAGE REFERRED TO IN THE ARTICLE ABOVE.

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