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These guiding principles promote the safe, quality use of medicines and medication management in your aged care home. They are based on evidence and advice from experts, providers and users of medicines in health and aged care services.
This schedule applies to residential and home care recipients who first entered care before 1 July 2014 and have not chosen to be covered by the 1 July 2014 fee arrangements. It includes basic daily fees, income-tested fees, and rates and charges that apply to residents.
This webinar provides an update on the development of new aged care assessment arrangements and addresses the common themes arising from stakeholder questions during the December 2019 webinar.
This information is for aged care providers. It supplements the ACFI user guide and helps providers to complete the ACFI assessment.Part of a collection: Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) Resources
These resources are to assist approved aged care providers to complete assessments for the ACFI. Included in this collection are the user guide, fact sheet, and the assessment and answer appraisal packs.
This fact sheet gives information about the Business Improvement Fund, which helps residential aged care providers at risk of not meeting residents' needs due to severe financial difficulty.
You can upload shapefiles of the 2018 and 2015 Aged Care Planning Regions into your mapping software.
This collection contains the 2015 planning region maps for each state and territory, the correspondence of planning regions to Statistical Areas Level 2 (SA2s), and the planning region shapefile.
These guides are for government-subsidised residential aged care providers. They provide advice on how to assess residents for pressure injuries, how to count the use of physical restraint, and how to record unplanned weight loss. They also include examples of how you can record the data.
These resources will help approved aged care service providers to use the My Aged Care service provider portal. They include fact sheets, guidelines, quick reference guides and videos.
This collection contains the 2018 planning region maps for each state and territory, the correspondence of planning regions to Statistical Areas Level 2 (SA2s), and the planning region shapefile.
This fact sheet for prescribers contains a list of available information and resources about prescribing psychotropic medications to people in aged care.
Aged care assessors can use this app to conduct assessments when there is no internet access. Download client information beforehand from the assessor portal and upload the assessment information when you’re back in the office. The app is designed for tablet devices.
Aged care assessment organisations can distribute the myAssessor installation files so their staff can manually install (sideload) the myAssessor app on a Windows 8+ device.
This guide gives people who use the My Aged Care assessor portal an overview of the portal and instructions on how to use it.
This user guide explains to administrators how to use the My Aged Care provider portal.
This user guide explains to team leaders and staff members how to use the My Aged Care provider portal.
This guide explains to Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT) how to register a representative to speak on an older person’s behalf, and how to add relationships in My Aged Care.
My Aged Care Quick Reference Guide 3 – Managing Referrals for Assessment and Support Plan Reviews (ACAT)
This guide explains to My Aged Care team leaders how to accept, reject, assign, un-assign and re-assign referrals to individual assessors, as well as how to transfer referrals between organisations.