Cues to Listen for to assess the wellbeing of a person when you are not face-to face

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Cues to Listen for to assess the wellbeing of a person when you are not face-to face (June 2020)

Commissioned by Carers ACT and developed by the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Advisory of Canberra Health Services. This Fact Sheet gives carers practical information on what to listen to when the person you care for is in isolation and you do not have the visual cues you are used to rely on. 

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