Financial viability and capability support for aged care providers

We support aged care providers to improve their financial viability and capability. Find out about our funding programs and services to help you meet the demands of a strengthened aged care market.

How we target support

We continue to deliver targeted support to providers facing viability concerns.

We encourage you to enquire about programs if you believe you meet eligibility criteria.

We also work with the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission and our state and territory offices to identify approved providers that are experiencing financial difficulties and may benefit from support.

Market Adjustment Program (MAP)

The MAP provides funding to residential aged care providers.

To ensure you can provide continuity of care for your residents, support can help you to:

  • manage a closure, transition or sale
  • get help with facing financial crisis and insolvency
  • improve your business.

Find out more about the MAP

Remote and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Service Development Assistance Panel (SDAP)

SDAP provides free professional support to aged care service providers who:

  • are in rural or remote areas (MMM5 to MMM7), or
  • provide care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Panel members help providers in:

  • capability and support
  • sector development
  • infrastructure project management.

Find out more about SDAP

Business and Workforce Advisory Service (BWAS)

This advisory service will allow eligible aged care providers – including those in regional, rural and remote areas – to apply for free, independent, and confidential advice to improve their operations.

They will help providers review their operations and provide advice on:

  • business management
  • financial strategies
  • workforce challenges.

 Find out more about BWAS

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