Previous Approvals Rounds
2009-10 Aged Care Approvals Round Results
Information about the 2009-10 Aged Care Approvals Round Results
Results of the 2009-10 Aged Care Approvals RoundA total of 12,272 new aged care places will be allocated across Australia with recurrent funding of approximately $450 million a year.
The new places comprise:
- 5,643 new residential aged care places;
- 2,408 new Community Aged Care Packages (CACP);
- 2,714 new Extended Aged Care at Home (EACH) packages; and
- 1,507 new EACH Dementia packages (EACH D)
A total of $147 million in Zero Real Interest Loans (ZRIL) will be offered to providers to build 819 of the new residential places.
The new places are part of the 2009-10 Aged Care Approvals Round – a competitive assessment process that allocates aged care places to providers who best demonstrate they can meet the needs of the ageing population within a specified region. Decisions on the aged care places are made independently by the Department of Health and Ageing.
A summary of the new aged care places, capital grants and community and flexible grants is attached. The Department of Health and Ageing is writing to unsuccessful applicants.
A copy of the Minister for Mental Health and Ageing, Mark Butlers media release is available on the Department of Health and Ageing website at http://www.health.gov.au/internet/ministers/publishing.nsf/Content/mr-yr10-mb-mb075.htm
2009-10 Aged Care Approvals Round – Summary of places and grants allocations
Community Aged Care Packages
Extended Aged Care at Home packages
Extended Aged Care at Home Dementia packages
Estimated Annual Recurrent funding
Community and Flexible Care Grants
|New South Wales|
|Australian Capital Territory|
Deferred allocationsAs at 12 January 2011, the above places include deferred applications from providers who are awaiting approved provider status. The deferred allocations comprise:
- 12 CACPs and 2 EACHD packages in New South Wales;
- 26 EACH packages and 10 EACHD packages in Victoria;
- 10 CACPs, 65 EACH packages and 20 EACHD packages in Queensland;
- 20 CACPs, 37 EACH packages and 5 EACHD packages in Western Australia;
- 3 CACPs in Tasmania; and
- 11 EACH packages and 10 EACHD packages in the Northern Territory.
Details of the new allocationsDetails of the allocations made to the successful applicants listed in order by state/territory and by approved provider can be obtained by following the links below.
Residential aged care places and Capital Grant allocationsPDF printable version of the Residential aged care places and Capital Grant allocations by Approved Provider (PDF 185 KB). (Note: Residential aged care places associated with a Zero Real Interest Loan are included in the table under Zero Real Interest Loan Offers by Approved Provider below.)
Community Aged Care packages and Community Care Grant allocationsPDF printable version of the Community Aged Care places and community/flexible grant Allocations by Approved provider (PDF 241 KB)
Extended Aged Care at Home packages and Flexible Care Grant allocationsPDF printable version of the Extended Aged Care at Home packages and Flexible Care Grant allocations (PDF 264 KB)
Extended Aged Care at Home Dementia packages and Flexible Care Grant allocationsPDF printable version of the Extended Aged Care at Home Dementia packages and Flexible Care Grant allocations (PDF 208 KB)
Zero Real Interest Loan OffersPDF printable version of the Zero Real Interest Loan Offers by Approved Provider (PDF 37 KB)
Further information on Zero Interest Loans can be found at http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/ageing-zero-interest.htm
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Further informationAll applicants will receive written notification of the results of their application(s).
Successful applicants will receive a follow-up letter from the Department with further details of their approval, including conditions of allocation.
Unsuccessful applicants have the opportunity to obtain feedback from the Department regarding their application(s).
Applicants with unsuccessful applications wishing to obtain feedback from the Department should contact the appropriate State or Territory office of the Department to arrange a mutually convenient appointment. Telephone numbers are listed below.
State or territory office
Contact telephone number
|New South Wales||(02) 9263 3516||1800 048 998|
Ask for extension 3516
|Victoria||(03) 9665 8712||1800 822 882|
Ask for extension 8712
|Queensland||(07) 3360 2661||1800 177 099|
Ask for extension 2661
|Western Australia||(08) 9346 5227||1800 198 008|
Ask for extension 227
|South Australia||(08) 8237 8334||1800 188 098|
Ask for extension 8334
|Tasmania||(03) 6221 1492||1800 005 119|
Ask for extension 1492
|Australian Capital Territory||(02) 6289 2864||1800 020 102|
Ask for extension 2864
|Northern Territory||(08) 8919 3487||1800 019 122|
Ask for extension 3487
Extra Service StatusDetails in relation to Extra Service Status applications can be found at www.health.gov.au/ess
Additional Reference information
- 2004 Aged Care Approvals Round results
- 2005 Aged Care Approvals Round results
- 2006 Aged Care Approvals Round results
- 2007 Aged Care Approvals Round results
- 2008 Aged Care Approvals Round results
- Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency
- Approved Provider application forms
- CACP guidelines
- Information about Extended Aged Care at Home Packages
- Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care (PICAC)
- Recovery of Capital guidelines
- Residential Care Manual
- Standards and Guidelines for Residential Aged Care Services Manual
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