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This diagram outlines the key steps that service providers need to complete to deliver Commonwealth Home Support Programme services.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines for infection prevention and control in residential care facilities
The Infection Control Expert Group (ICEG) have developed these national guidelines for COVID-19 infection prevention and control in residential care facilities in Australia.
This 2020–2022 manual provides an overview of the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP), including the service types it funds and requirements for delivering those services. It is for CHSP-funded service providers to use, and forms part of their CHSP grant agreement.
An information sheet for older Australians, their family and friends about how to protect older Australians from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
This poster provides advice on reducing the risks for older Australians.Part of a collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19) campaign resources
The National Strategic Action Plan for Macular Disease proposes a national response to macular disease across all levels of government in Australia. It recommends action in 4 major areas.
This snapshot shows this mission at a glance. It includes budget, early funding priorities and grant timelines, as at November 2019. Researchers and other stakeholders can use it to plan for upcoming opportunities and see how the mission will be established, expanded and embedded over time.Part of a collection: MRFF initiatives – implementation plan snapshots
This report details the findings and recommendations of an independent inquiry into the events surrounding the forced relocation of residents at the Earle Haven Retirement Village.
Research reports on qualitative and quantitative research conducted on attitudes and behaviours regarding childhood and adult immunisation:
Research reports on quantitative research conducted on community attitudes and behaviours regarding the influenza vaccine.