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Health professionals, general practitioners and assessors who are unable to use the online form can use this form to refer patients to Australian Government-subsidised aged care by fax.
Unplanned Weight Loss Quick Reference Guide – National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program
This guide is for government-subsidised residential aged care providers. Find out what unplanned weight loss is and how to collect data on unplanned weight loss for each care recipient.
These guidelines are for state and territory governments (as the approved providers of transition care) and service providers. The guidelines explain how services should be provided, the responsibilities of approved providers and the aged care principles that govern the program.
The schedule lists the daily rates of subsidies and supplements for government-subsidised aged care. It includes rates for home care, residential aged care, transition care and short-term restorative care (STRC).
This guide is for government-subsidised residential aged care providers. Find out what a pressure injury is and how to collect data on pressure injuries for each care recipient.
A checklist of activities to help aged care service delivery during emergency events. This list is for providers of the Commonwealth Home Support Programme.
A checklist of activities to help aged care service delivery during emergency events. This list is for residential aged care providers.
These resources are for people working in residential aged care, home care and the Commonwealth Home Support Programme. The checklists of activities aid aged care service delivery during emergency events.
This quick reference guide shows you how to activate the quality indicators tile 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 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.
Eligibility for the viability supplement is based on the location where your home care recipient receives services. From 1 January 2017, we use the MMM suburb and locality classification.
As a home care provider, you must include your prices for common Home Care Package services in a pricing schedule. This example shows what’s included in the schedule. You must include a copy of the schedule in all home care agreements.
This document is for home care providers. It answers frequently asked questions about the new legislative requirements to improve home care pricing information.
This report shows results of a 2018 survey of Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) service providers from all states and territories, except Victoria.
This fact sheet helps Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) providers correctly set up the areas in which they deliver services on My Age Care.
This manual is for aged care service providers who receive funding under the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flexible Aged Care Program. It outlines the requirements of the program including service planning, staffing, health and safety, quality and advocacy.
This document shows how we explain the different parts of the pricing schedule to older Australians and their families. As a home care provider, you will see these definitions when you enter your prices in the My Aged Care provider portal.
This manual is for government-subsidised residential aged care providers. It includes the definitions for each quality indicator: pressure injuries, use of physical restraint and unplanned weight loss. It also explains how to collect and submit your quality indicator data.
This fact sheet helps Victorian Linkages package service providers understand how to move their clients to the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP).
My Aged Care Quick Reference Guide – Advanced Outlet and Service Management: Transferring Clients and Services
This guide explains how to transfer clients and services within and between outlets in an organisation using the My Aged Care provider portal.
This guide explains how to create and maintain staff accounts using the My Aged Care provider portal.