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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.
The Communicable Diseases Network Australia (CDNA) have developed these national guidelines for the prevention, control and public health management of COVID-19 outbreaks in residential care facilities in Australia.
An information sheet for residential care facilities about how to manage an outbreak of COVID-19 within the facility.
An information sheet about flu vaccination requirements for people entering aged care facilities.
Alison McMillan, Australia’s Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, demonstrates how to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) for aged care workers.
COVID-19 infection control online training is available for health care workers in all settings. It covers the fundamentals of infection prevention and control for COVID-19.
Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) service providers can use unspent 2019–20 funding to buy up to $1000 worth of personal monitoring technology for vulnerable clients during COVID-19. Older Australians receiving Home Care Packages can also use their packages to access monitoring services.
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 Industry Code ensures aged care residents are provided the opportunity to receive visitors during the COVID-19 pandemic, while minimising the risk of its introduction to, or spread within, a residential care home.
This flowchart outlines when and how aged care workers should wear personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect themselves and others against coronavirus (COVID-19)
This guide explains how to enter all the details for older Australians to receive Home Care Packages in 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 helps assessors understand and use the tasks and notifications feature of the My Aged Care assessor portal.
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.
This guide helps assessors complete support plans and support plan reviews in the My Aged Care assessor portal.
My Aged Care Quick Reference Guide 6 – Accessing and Completing an Assessment in the Assessor Portal (ACAT)
This guide helps assessors access and complete an assessment in the My Aged Care assessor portal.
This guide helps assessors and service providers find and update various details in My Aged Care client records.
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.
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.
This guide explains to Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACAT) how to register and self-refer clients for assessments in My Aged Care.
This guide explains how to enter and update service delivery information in the My Aged Care client record.
This guide explains how to search and view client record information in 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.