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The information in this collection will help My Aged Care users, and their organisations, make a smooth transition from AUSkey to the new replacement services myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM).
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 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.
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.
These guides and forms are for approved providers of residential and flexible aged care services to manage their allocations of places.
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 information package is a resource for service providers in the aged care sector, particularly those in residential care. The resources show how early life experiences can affect older people receiving care and help care providers respond to their needs.