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Title: Homemaker services in the Northern Territory : a discussion paper
Authors: Pearse, Jim
Northern Territory Community Services Division
Northern Territory Department of Community Development
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Northern Territory Department of Community Development
Abstract: In the Northern Territory, "homemaker" services are provided through (1) a Departmental homemaker service, and (2) non-government homemaker services, generally funded by this Department, although under a range of funding programs. The diversity of funding programs has hindered the development of a consistent policy in relation to non-government homemaker services. However, the Departmental program has been developed within a relatively consistent set of objectives. This paper briefly examines these services and the functions they perform, and canvases a range of options for their future development. It has been prepared by Jim Pearse of the Community Services Division. Incorrect page numbering sequences are as they appear in the original document.
URI: http://docs.prosentient.com.au/prosentientjspui/handle/1/10366
Type: Report
Subjects: Homemaker Service
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