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Culturally and linguistically diverse

Diversity in cultural and linguistic backgrounds

People in aged care are diverse. They have different characteristics and life experiences. Some people may have experienced exclusion, discrimination, or stigma. They may have different social, cultural, linguistic, religious, spiritual, psychological, medical, and care needs. These needs can be complex and may overlap. No two people's experiences are the same.

Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing (CCDA).

Bilingual agency staff directory

This listing allows aged care providers to search for bilingual staff they can hire in order to match the language spoken by their consumers.