Principal Catherine Henry interview with Jenny Marchant on 1233 ABC Radio Newcastle on compliance and treatment in aged care homes and why more people are taking legal action against aged care facilities.
Four Corners looks at the booming business of fertility, where the industry pulls in more than half a billion dollars in revenue, and asks whether clinics are giving women clear, unambiguous advice about their chances of giving birth.
Prinicipal, Catherine Henry, comments on the Royal Commission into aged care and the link between the quality of aged care and staff ratios. However, providers currently make staffing decisions without recourse to any regulatory standards.
A leading Hunter law firm says local people are under utilising such as advanced care directives and enduring power of attorney documents which means they and their families are not properly prepared for end of life decision making.
Newcastle specialist health and elder care lawyer Catherine Henry says the budget had not tackled key issues for aged care residents, leaving Australians in aged care facilities unable received appropriate care
Recently, our team from Catherine Henry Lawyers attended the Hunter Blitz event to raise money for Ovarian Cancer. Jill Hall and Jill Emberson were two notable speakers who spoke out about ovarian cancer with inspiring strength and courage. We congratulate them and continue to support ovarian cancer.
Former Newcastle Law Society president Ms Henry, the daughter of former Newcastle City councillor Margaret, said the decision to relocate from Hunter Street to 133 King Street was to accommodate her 27 staff.
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