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Seniors Rights Service new chief joins at a critical time for older Australians | The Senior



Starting a new job is often a daunting experience. But for Shannon Wright, joining the Seniors Rights Service NSW as its new chief executive was a baptism of fire, coming only days before the release of the final report of the Aged Care Royal Commission.

Ms Wright, who comes to the position from a senior director role at the YWCA, and prior to that with community health not-for-profit ACON, recognises this is a critical time for the sector and the role of the Seniors Rights Service is more-than-ever essential in empowering and supporting older people.

The service is a legal, education and advocacy support organisation which provides free and confidential telephone advice, aged care advocacy and support, legal advice and rights-based…

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