History of AQA 2: The founding of AQA services
AQA Victoria began to deliver home-based care for people with severe disabilities in 1991 through the Qualcare respite program, one of the first such services to operate in Australia.
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Let me paint the scene
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I'm a wiser man today
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How Chante aced her NDIS interview
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