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This form is for home care providers. Use this form if you want to transfer one of your Home Care Package services to another approved provider.
This fact sheet explains to Aged Care Assessment Teams how to support older Australians make decisions about their Home Care Package.Part of a collection: My Aged Care – Assessor Portal Resources
This fact sheet explains to home care approved providers how to manage Home Care Packages in My Aged Care, so that clients can enter care as quickly as possible, and the provider can claim subsidies.
This checklist is for providers of residential aged care. It has what to do before and during a heatwave.
These resources are for providers of residential aged care, home care and the Commonwealth Home Support Programme. They are checklists to help people working in aged care to prepare for and manage services during a heatwave.
This checklist is for home care and Commonwealth Home Support Programme providers. It has what to do before and during a heatwave.
This fact sheet is for residential aged care providers delivering care to younger people who may be eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
This fact sheet is for residential aged care providers delivering care to younger people who may be eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). It explains how you can help the younger person prepare for their NDIS eligibility meeting.
This quick reference guide shows you how to access and use the quality indicators application so you can upload quality indicator data. All government-subsidised residential aged care providers must submit data to comply with the National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program.
This quick reference guide shows you how to access quality indicator reports. These reports are based on data that you and other government-subsidised residential aged care providers have submitted under the National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program.
This guide explains how to interpret client wait time information for Home Care Packages the My Aged Care provider portal.
This fact sheet is for approved aged care assessors and service providers. It discusses the 3 different ways you can be authenticated when logging in to My Aged Care for the first time.
The National Prioritisation System for Home Care Packages started on 27 February 2017. It allows for the fairer allocation of packages to people based on their needs and circumstances, no matter where they live.
This guide lists common keyboard shortcuts to make it easier for assessors to navigate the My Aged Care assessor portal.
This guide explains how assessors can apply to become delegates in the My Aged Care assessor portal, and how team leaders can action or initiate a request.
This guide lists common keyboard shortcuts to make it easier for assessors to navigate the My Aged Care assessor portal.Part of a collection: My Aged Care – Regional Assessment Services information pack
This document is for aged care assessors, aged care service providers and the My Aged Care contact centre. It provides guidance on support plan review and new assessment policy and processes.
This document gives assessors, providers and contact centre staff extra guidance on reviewing support plans and doing new assessment in My Aged Care.
The department engaged the University of Wollongong to develop options and recommendations to help inform the design of future residential aged care funding models.
Approved aged care providers use this form to apply to vary the conditions of allocation of operational, or unused residential and flexible, places.
Approved aged care providers use this form to notify the Secretary of the Department of Health of your intention to transfer residential or flexible aged care places.