- Carers reported better recognition and support than before the Act started.
- There was some inconsistency by some organisations in meeting their obligations.
- Several factors prevented carers from fully benefitting from the Act.
- Some changes to the Act may be useful.
When was the Act last reviewed?
The first review of the Act was undertaken in 2011 and a report for that review was tabled in the South Australian Parliament in November 2012. The review broadly found that:
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