Health and ageing What laws affect older people? How do I make a complaint about my doctor? Content Location AnyIn the State LibraryIn your public libraryOnlineAnyIn the State LibraryIn your public libraryOnline Subjects AnyHealthOlder persons lawAnyHealthOlder persons law Apply liac resource legend Key: Book External link Legal PDF Report Video health and ageing resource tiles Health Health law - Chapter 26 of The Law Handbook, 14th edition This chapter of the Law handbook covers health law, including consent, health records, complaints, mental health, and HIV. Discrimination - Chapter 17 of The Law Handbook, 14th edition This chapter of The law handbook coverstypes of discrimination, vilification, victimisation, equal employment opportunity, and complaints about discrimination Older persons law Speaking for myself: planning for later life decision-making A short and easy to understand guide to wills, power of attorney, enduring guardians, and advanced care directives. Older persons law 10 questions to ask 10 questions is a series of leaflets written by nurses, doctors and experts with experience in aged care. Each leaflet focuses on an individual aspect of care to increase consumer knowledge and make the journey into residential aged care easier. Health Mental Health Act 2007 NSW legislation dealing with mental health, including voluntary and involuntary admission, care and treatment, and the Mental Health Review Tribunal. Older persons law My aged care My Aged Care helps you find out about aged care services. Find information about help at home, aged care homes, costs, and complaints. Health Health Care Complaints Commission The Health Care Complaints Commission deals with complaints about health service providers in NSW. Find out about the complaints process. Health Mental Health Review Tribunal The Mental Health Review Tribunal conducts mental health inquiries, makes and reviews orders, and hears some appeals about the treatment and care of people with a mental illness. Health Have you been involuntarily admitted to a hospital? Find out your rights and where to get help if you have you been involuntarily admitted to a hospital. Information from Legal Aid NSW. Health Mental Health Act 2007 - guide book The guide book, from NSW Health, provides a clear and practical source of information about procedures and issues to be considered in implementing the Mental Health Act 2007. Load more Looking for more? The State Library has a wealth of legal information in its collections. Try searching our various resources to find more. Catalogue Search catalogues Everything except articlesEverythingBooks, journals and mapsManuscripts, oral history and picturesArticlesJournal and newspaper titlesArchival digital Search scope Search eResources Find full-text articles, newspapers and images Research Guides Discover our specialised subject guides Legislation and case law NSW legislation Find all NSW legislation, including current and historical Acts, Regulations, Gazettes and Bills. NSW caselaw Find cases from NSW courts and tribunals, including the Supreme Court, Local Court, and the Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) AustLII Find legislation and cases from all Australian jurisdictions. Federal Register of Legislation Find all Commonwealth legislation, including current and historical Acts, Legislative Instruments, Gazettes and Bills. Getting help LawAccess NSW Free government telephone service that provides legal information, referrals and advice for people who have a legal problem in NSW. Community Legal Centres NSW Use the Community Legal Centres Directory to find a legal centre near you, or a specialist state wide service. Legal Aid NSW Help for people with legal problems including legal advice, court assistance and family dispute resolution. Aboriginal Legal Service Legal information, advice and court representation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.