Resources for the sector to share with consumers
- Booklets, brochures and other printed material
- Home care package information and support materials
These resources are available for you to share with consumers (older people, their families, friends and carers) via your communication channels, including at presentations and events and via your social networks and newsletters.
Resources will be continually updated. Notifications of updates will be announced in our regular eNewsletter, which you can sign up for on the Subscribe page.
NEW - Find the help you need with myagedcare
This brochure provides an overview of services available and how to access them. It is for people who have not yet contacted My Aged Care or been referred for assessment. The content of this brochure is the same as the ‘From home support to aged care homes: how to get started with My Aged Care’ brochure. It has been rebranded to reflect the messaging of the new My Aged Care campaign.
NEW – Aged care for LGBTI elders: Getting started with My Aged Care
This factsheet provides an overview of aged care services available and how to access them specifically for the LGBTI community.
New - Your guide to Commonwealth Home Support Programme services
This booklet explains how older people can access entry-level support in their home and daily life through the Commonwealth Home Support Programme.
Your guide to home care package services
This booklet explains how older people with a range of higher care needs can access support in their home, through a coordinated Home Care Package. Translations and printed copies are available.
Your pathway to accessing a home care package brochure
This brochure provides older Australians and their families or carers with the information to understand where they are in the pathway to accessing home care and the steps and actions needed to move from one stage to the next.
Note: for someone who doesn’t yet know what type of care they may be eligible for, the 'Find the help you need with myagedcare' brochure is more suitable.
Five steps to entry into an aged care home
The Five steps to entry into an aged care home booklet aims to help older people, families and carers understand the process for moving into an aged care home. It outlines five steps to follow and what to do at each step. Printed copies are available.
Note: for someone who doesn’t yet know what type of care they may be eligible for, the 'Find the help you need with myagedcare' brochure is more suitable..
Resources for consumers and providers in the delivery of home care packages. Resources include booklets, videos, newsletter, fact sheets, other supporting websites and interpretive services.
A series of 3 short videos on Home Care Packages
Overview of home care packages
This video provides an overview of home care packages from the initial screening process conducted by the My Aged Care Contact Centre through to receiving and managing your home care services.
Increasing consumer choice under a home care package
This video provides some personal insights into receiving home care package services and explains some changes to increase consumer choice and flexibility about who delivers your care.
Using the home care package service finder
This video provides an overview of how to use the home care package service finder to find a provider that best meets your needs.
A series of case study videos showing older people accessing services:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Animation
A series of three videos to raise awareness of My Aged Care:
The 15, 30 and 60 second videos use typical scenarios to show how My Aged Care can assist older people to access information on aged care.