What the CHSP is, why it's important, who it is for, and how it works.
If you provide government-subsidised CHSP services, you have certain responsibilities. Find out what they are.
Find out how CHSP funding works, how to apply for grants, and the different types of funding rounds.
Learn what CHSP providers need to do to manage their services.
The CHSP has been further extended from 1 July 2025 to 30 June 2027.
This means CHSP providers will transition to the new Support at Home program no earlier than July 2027.
Find out more about the reforms to in-home aged care.
My Aged Care
Related initiatives and programs
We are trialling reablement care approaches among CHSP providers in selected regions. The trial will give us a better idea of how these approaches help senior Australians stay independent for longer. Find out how it affects CHSP providers.
The Australian Government subsidises organisations to provide home care services to eligible older people. As an approved provider of Home Care Packages, make sure you understand how funding works, the fees you can charge, and what your responsibilities are.
Residential aged care is for senior Australians who can no longer live independently at home. The Australian Government funds residential aged care to make it more affordable and accessible.