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These infographics highlight the key facts of the 2017–18 report on the operation of the Aged Care Act 1997 (ROACA). They include statistics on aged care providers, expenditure and types of aged care services.
This document provides key statistics from the 2017–18 report on the operation of the Aged Care Act 1997 (ROACA). It includes statistics for different types of care, the aged care workforce and quality and regulation.
This fact sheet helps assessors understand the National Screening and Assessment Form when helping older Australians find the aged care services they need.
This 2018 report by the Aged Care Financing Authority (ACFA) looks at how people finance and pay for their aged care costs. It provides advice on how we can better support these important decisions.
This 2018 report by the Aged Care Financing Authority (ACFA) found that more people are using residential respite care. It outlines concerns about how respite care places are allocated and recommends actions.
This fact sheet explains how service providers can remove duplicate services and service item names in My Aged Care. This helps senior Australians, their families and carers find and compare home care services.
This guide is for Regional Assessment Services (RAS) and Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT). It outlines the information you must consider and record when conducting home support assessments and comprehensive assessments.
Find a Multi-Purpose Service that can deliver aged care services in rural and remote locations. Locations are marked on a map and also available as a list of street addresses within each state and territory.
An Aged Care Financing Authority (ACFA) update following the release of their 2018 annual report on aged care funding and financing.
The evaluation considered the successes and challenges of PICAC from 2011 to 2018. It looked at what’s working, what’s not working and why.
This guide provides information about the 2018–19 ACAR, including eligibility, how to complete the application forms, and the assessment process.
This guide explains how Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT) assessors and delegates should enter and manage short-term restorative care details in the My Aged Care assessor portal.
This guide explains the tasks that people in the delegate support role can do to support delegates in the My Aged Care assessor portal.
This strategy sets out 14 actions for industry to change attitudes to caring, attract and retain a skilled aged care workforce, and ensure the workforce can meet aged care needs now and into the future. It was developed by the Aged Care Workforce Taskforce and released in September 2018.
These guidelines form the basis of the relationship between the Department of Health and the service provider. They provide an overview of the CoS Programme and its related activities, performance management and reporting
This framework is for Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT). It informs and supports their decision making when recommending Home Care Package levels.
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee interim report: Effectiveness of the aged care quality assessment and accreditation framework
This guidance helps Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT) to decide on a person's priority for Home Care Package services. The decision should be based on their clinical judgement, information they have gathered during a comprehensive assessment, and the care needs of the person.
This manual is for Regional Assessment Services (RAS) and Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT). It guides assessors on using good practices in the assessment of older people’s support needs and their eligibility for Australian Government–subsidised aged care services.