See Me Know Me Sharing kit
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See Me Know Me Sharing kit

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Title: See Me Know Me Sharing kit (Links to English resource)
Summary: The See Me Know Me translated resources offer guidance to older people when seeking aged care. There are questions to ask aged care providers as well as purpose thought starters for guiding personal reflection and conversation starters for guiding meaningful conversations with loved ones about what's important to them at this time in their lives.
Organisation: Meaningful Ageing Australia
Publishing date: October 2019
Last reviewed: June 2020
Target audience: General

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