Published: September 25, 2018
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ABC: Four Corners Investigation

Four Corners launched a two-part special investigation into the treatment of the elderly in aged care homes.

In the ABC’s biggest crowdsourced investigation, they asked their audience to share with them their experiences of the aged care industry. More than 4,000 responded.

In part one of this investigation, Four Corners examines the business of aged care and what that means for the vulnerable residents left in its care.

In part two of this Four Corners investigation, the program will reveal the abject failure of government regulation to protect the elderly.

Read more:

Who Cares?

Who Cares? Part Two

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Scott Morrison announces royal commission into aged care; advocates expect ‘appalling’ cases of mistreatment to surface

Aged care inquiry an unexpected victory for many, too late for some

Would you eat this? The real food inside aged care facilities in Australia

Secret cameras won’t prevent abuse in nursing homes, experts warn

‘I’m not going to be silent’: plea to rethink care royal commission

Royal commission will finally give the elderly a voice

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