ACNZ

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AcronymDefinition
ACNZAirways Corporation of New Zealand Ltd (state owned provider of ATS and Aeronautical Navigation Systems)
ACNZAge Concern New Zealand (Wellington, New Zealand)
ACNZAcer Computer New Zealand (computer vendor)
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(2) Age Concern New Zealand. (2012) World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Support for the research was sought and granted by Age Concern Wanganui and Age Concern New Zealand.
Paper presented at the New Zealand Association of Gerontology and Age Concern New Zealand Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.
From July 2002 to June 2004 Age Concern New Zealand Inc.
Age Concern NZ (2005) Age Concern Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention Services: An Analysis of Referrals for the Period: 1 July 2002 to 30 June 2004, Age Concern New Zealand Inc., Wellington.
Aged care residents have the right to freedom, self-fulfilment and dignity, including the right to sexual well-being (Age Concern New Zealand, 2007; Alliance for Ageing Research, 2003; Levy, Slade, Kunkel, & Kasl, 2002; Roach, 2004).
This shift has been of particular concern in New Zealand because of the implicit expectation that women with ageing dependants will assume the brunt of their care requirements at a time when they themselves are likely to be engaged in multiple roles of parent, spouse and paid employee (McPherson 1993, Age Concern New Zealand 1992, Ministry of Women's Affairs 1993).
Age Concern New Zealand (1992) Promoting the Rights and Well-Being of Older People and Those Who Care for Them.
These principles were further developed by The International Federation of Ageing (IFA) who recognised and promoted the concept of autonomy in older populations through 'The Declaration on the Rights and Responsibilities of Older Persons' (Age Concern New Zealand, 1992).
Age Concern New Zealand, through Garth Taylor, Chief Executive, and Dr Sally Keeling, researcher, Christchurch, provided New Zealand non-government representation.
Similar concerns amongst homeowners flow from fears of the level of asset reduction necessary to qualify for the Residential Care Subsidy (Age Concern New Zealand 1998).