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Sets out what people receiving support in a home or community setting can expect from the services they receive and the minimum requirements to be attained by organisations. This Standard revises the 2003 edition. The overarching outcome that this Standard aims to achieve is to support people facing challenges to their ability to fully participate in everyday life, to maintain or increase their independence, live in their own home, participate in their communities, and fulfil the roles they value.
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