Hi. I'm study nursing and I have this case scenario I need help with it. I need talk from the perspective of Mr Wintering and his right by Australian Law. Mr Jack Wintering: Individual’s rights to ... Mr Jack Wintering is 68, single, and living in the supported accommodation facility where you (a senior EN) work. Jack’s only known relative is a distant cousin, and he looks upon the staff of this facility as his ‘family’. Jack has a couple of hobbies that you are increasingly uncomfortable with. The first is his involvement with mail-order companies. Every week, several parcels arrive with products Jack has ordered. Quite often, he also receives a “free” product as part of a customer-appreciation deal. Inevitably, Jack gives these ‘freebies’ to individual staff members. Although this practice started quite innocently (with a bar of chocolate or a packet of lollies), of late Jack has been giving away gifts such as watches (‘replicas’ but still of some value), ‘fancy’ pens, diaries or similar items. You are concerned that accepting such gifts is unethical. You want to ask Jack to stop giving these goods to staff, but you are not sure of whether you would be breaching any policies, or rights, or law. You are also very concerned about Jack’s visits twice a week to the local tab in a nearby Social Club. You know from the betting slips you’ve seen on his table that Jack is spending on average $100-200 a weekend on bets. You once jokingly suggested he was wasting his money. His quick response was that it was his “honestly-earned” money, so he could spend it how he wants. You are also concerned that he might be having ‘one too many’ alcoholic drinks, as he appears to be staggering and slurring his words on his return to the facility. He most often goes straight to his room, and then sleeps through till the next morning.