Where HACC services are provided
Information about where HACC services can be provided.
HACC services can be offered to people in -
- their own homes;
- retirement villages, independent living units, caravan parks, self care units, boarding houses, group/community housing in the community or in an aged care complex;
- unstable housing circumstances (such as transient or homeless people);
- other arrangements not excluded under the HACC Review Agreement.
- to residents of aged care homes;
- to recipients of disability program accommodation support services when the aged care home/service provider is receiving government funding for that purpose;
- to residents of a retirement village or special accommodation/group home when a resident’s contract includes these services.
- reduce use of residential and acute care;
- reduce risk of premature or inappropriate admission to residential and acute care;
- assist clients with high and complex care needs to remain in the community;
- improve functioning and support independence of clients in the community;
- support carers;
- enhance clients’ quality of life;
- reduce unmet need.