AN-ACC information for providers

Find information about Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN-ACC) funding model including resident assessments, subsidies and supplements, and the new mandatory care minutes.

  • AN-ACC assessments
    Independent assessment assigning residents to an AN-ACC class will decide the funding received by aged care providers. Read about the assessment process and the steps you can take to prepare.
  • AN-ACC Class 1 – admit for palliative care
    AN-ACC class 1 is available under the AN-ACC for people who are palliative on entry to permanent care. Find out what you need to do for a resident to be classified as AN-ACC Class 1.
  • Residential aged care subsidy and supplements – permanent care
    Learn about the subsidies and supplements available for permanent care residents under the AN-ACC care funding model.
  • Residential aged care subsidy and supplements – respite care
    Learn about the subsidies and supplements available for residents in respite care under the AN-ACC care funding model.
  • Specialised Base Care Tariff
    Under the AN-ACC funding model, aged care providers must apply for a specialised Base Care Tarrif when providing care to certain groups and contexts. Learn about when you need to apply and the application process.
  • Allied health under AN-ACC
    Allied health professionals play an important role in the care of older Australians. Allied health services are funded under the AN-ACC. Learn about what you need to do ensure access to allied health services.
  • Care minutes
    The Australian Government is introducing mandatory care minute standards for residential aged care. Learn about the care minute targets and mandatory requirements.
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