Adult Guardianship

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  2. Carney, Terry and Keyzer, Patrick, (2007) ‘Planning for the future: Arrangements for the assistance of people planning for the future of people with impaired capacity’, QUT Law & Justice Journal, Vol. 7, pp. 255- 278.

  3. Clapton et al., (2011) Impaired Decision-Making Capacity and Indigenous Queenslanders Final Report, Office of the Public Advocate Queensland

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  5. Fogarty, B, (2012) Guardianship and administration laws across Australia, Intellectual Disability Rights Service.

  6. King, Sally, (1999) ‘Why information about guardianship might be of interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers’, Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, Vol. 23, No. 5, pp. 13.

  7. Office of the Public Advocate (WA), (2005) Mistreatment of older people in Aboriginal communities project: An investigation into elder abuse in Aboriginal communities, Office of the Public Advocate, Perth, WA.

  8. Office of the Public Advocate (QLD), (2012) ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders with impaired decision-making capacity’, Research News, May 2012.

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  10. Penter C et al, (2001) Needs of Indigenous people in the guardianship and administration system in Western Australia, A research project commissioned by the public advocate, Department of Justice, WA.

  11. Queensland Law Reform Commission, (2007) Public Justice, Private Lives: A New Approach to Confidentiality in the Guardianship System, Report No 62, Volume 1 (June 2007).

  12. Setterlund, Deborah, Tilse, Cheryl and Wilson, Jill, (1999) ‘Substitute Decision Making and Older People’, AIC trends & issues in crime and criminal justice, No. 139, December 1999.

  13. Setterlund, Deborah, Tilse, Cheryl and Wilson, Jill, (2002) ‘Older people and substitute decision making: limits to informed choice’, Australasian Journal on Ageing, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 128-134.

  14. Tilse, Cheryl et al., (2011) Enduring Documents Improving the forms, improving the outcomes, Report to Queensland Government, Department of Justice and Attorney-General.

  15. Victorian Law Reform Commission, (2012) ‘Chapter 4: A changing environment’, Guardianship: Final Report, Victoria.