Is there someone in your family or someone you care for who has challenges with hoarding and/or maintaining a healthy home?
Anglicare and Anglicare Tasmania’s Social Action and Research Centre are asking for people who care and support an elderly loved one who experiences difficulties with hoarding and/or maintaining a healthy home. It is a great opportunity for you, if you do have a loved one or support a loved one facing these challenges, to talk about your experiences, how it impacts you, and what you think needs to change to support you and your loved ones.
Read more about the project, complete the survey or contact SARC to organise an interview.
The survey closes at the end of October.
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