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This guide helps assessors refer older Australians to aged care services in the My Aged Care assessor portal, including the Commonwealth Home Support Programme and Multi-Purpose Services.Part of a collection: My Aged Care – Aged Care Assessment Teams information pack
This guide explains to assessors 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 (RAS)
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.
This guide helps assessors refer older Australians for service recommendations made in the client’s support plan, based on the client’s preferred service provider in the My Aged Care assessor portal.
This document gives instructions for assessors to create an account and log in to the My Aged Care assessor portal using myGovID.
This document gives instructions for service providers to create an account and log in to the My Aged Care service provider portal using myGovID.
These guidelines help Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT) to assess younger people seeking aged care services during the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) roll out.
This guide explains how to create and maintain information about service delivery outlets using the My Aged Care provider portal.
This spreadsheet shows the priorities and focus for the 2018–19 ACAR. It includes special needs groups and key issues for each Statistical Area Level 3 (SA3) in each state and territory. It also includes the category of priority, from 1 for highest priority to 6 for lowest priority.
This schedule applies to residential and home care recipients who first entered care on or after 1 July 2014. It also applies to those who entered care before this date and have chosen to be covered by the 1 July 2014 arrangements.
These reports have tables with reviews and review outcomes by state and ACFI question for the quarter, and upgrade and downgrade rates by state and question for the quarter.
This fact sheet is for residential aged care providers. Follow the steps to work out the number of points for your service under the 2017 scheme, to see whether you're eligible for the viability supplement.
This user guide is for Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT). It describes and explains how to use the ACAT Guidance Framework.
Consideration of the Financial Impact on Home Care Providers as a Result of Changes in Payment Arrangements
The Aged Care Financing Authority (ACFA) looked at the financial impact of improving payment arrangements in home care. They provided this report to Government on 11 December 2019.
This report forms part of the advice the Aged Care Financing Authority (ACFA) provided to the Australian Government on 11 December 2019. ACFA reviewed the financial impact of improving payment arrangements in home care.
The Chief Medical Officer has written to approximately 28,000 practitioners about new resources for prescribers to support care of people with dementia who live in residential aged care.
This infographic outlines the 6 steps for safe prescribing antipsychotics and benzodiazepines in residential aged care.
This resource helps aged care providers to consider the diverse characteristics and life experiences of older people. You can use this template to create a diversity plan that is tailored to the needs of your organisation and the people you provide services to.
This strategy outlines the training that is needed to use My Aged Care. It describes the various training roles and responsibilities for the My Aged Care Screening and Assessment Workforce, Registered Training Organisations and the Department of Health.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program and your role as a clinical and care team member.
Use of Physical Restraint Quick Reference Guide – National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program
This guide is for government-subsidised residential aged care providers. Find out about the 2 categories of physical restraint and how to collect data on physical restraint for each care recipient.Part of a collection: National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program quick reference guides
Service providers under the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flexible Aged Care Program must follow exit requirements when reducing or ending their aged care services.