These resources provide an overview of the aged care reforms that are taking place.
This video provides a brief overview of submitting reporting through the Provider Operations Collection Form.
This presentation contains the slides presented at the New residential aged care quality indicators webinar on 23 March 2023.
This is the video is the recording for the New residential aged care quality indicators webinar on 23 March 2023.
This Government Provider Management System (GPMS) User Guide provides users with an overview of how to login to the GPMS portal and outlines how Organisation Administrators can add, edit and remove users.
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Residential aged care providers can log in to the Government Provider Management System (GPMS) to access their Star Ratings.
All residential aged care providers are encouraged to participate in the 2023 Residents’ Experience Surveys which will contribute 33% to their overall Star Rating score. This webinar provided information about what has changed in the program since 2022 and how the surveys will be conducted.
This presentation contains the slides presented at the 2023 Residents’ Experience Surveys webinar.
The booklet is aimed at older people and their families. It features stories showing how older people are impacted by the aged care reforms, along with explainer information about the specific reforms mentioned in the stories and information on how to engage with the reforms.
Find a suitable advocate for your own situation.
Summary of consultation findings: Consultation on harmonisation of care and support regulation – Phase 1
This report is a snapshot of feedback taken from our community consultation (between October 2021 to January 2022). Sector insights were sought to improve quality and safety for sector participants and consumers, while removing barriers for providers and workers.
We will undertake consultation in 2023 to inform the design of the new in-home aged care program. This calendar lets you know when these activities are happening.
The aged care reform roadmap represents a point-in-time overview of major reform activities. Actual timing and activities are dependent on a number of factors and are subject to change.
Information and resources to promote free translating and interpreting services available to aged care providers to help them connect with people from diverse backgrounds
This guide provides information for approved residential care providers on the AN-ACC funding model. It sets out how to receive AN-ACC subsidies, including relevant compliance requirements that may apply.
This webinar is for older Australians, their families and carers, and the aged care sector. It provides an update on the feedback we received on a new program for in-home aged care discussion paper. The webinar outlines the next steps for the reforms.
Grant Opportunity: Improving respite care for people with dementia and their carers – webinar recording
This webinar provides information about the Improving respite care for people with dementia and their carers grant opportunity for potential applicants, including aged care providers.
Read the slides that were shown during a webinar for Reforming in-home aged care update, held on 7 December 2022.
An update from the Council of Elders after their meeting on 10 November 2022.
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You can use the AN-ACC funding and care minutes estimator to help estimate the funding levels and care minutes targets for your residential aged care facility.
A summary of a new program for in-home aged care discussion paper and submission process.
Transcript of the webinar on 31 August 2022, covering updates on reforms to in-home aged care, the new Aged Care Act and regulatory arrangements.
This Easy Read fact sheet has information about changes to in-home aged care and how we want to make it better.
An update from the Council of Elders after their meeting on 11 October 2022.
This discussion paper canvasses key issues in the design of reforms to in-home aged care. It seeks the views of older Australians, their families and carers, the aged care sector, and any other community stakeholders on 5 key areas for the design of a new in-home aged care program.
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