My Aged Care is the main entry point to the aged care system. It provides information about aged care for consumers, family members and carers, and service providers through the My Aged Care website and My Aged Care contact centre (1800 200 422). Locate aged care service providers and assessors through the online service finder, or use the fee estimators for pricing on home care packages and residential care.
An Australian Government funded program that provides services that support older people to stay at home and be more independent in the community.
A Home Care Package is a coordinated package of services tailored to meet a person’s specific care needs. The package is coordinated by an approved home care provider, with funding provided by the Australian Government under the Aged Care Act 1997.
Residential aged care provides a range of care options and accommodation for older people who are unable to continue living independently in their own homes.
Flexible care acknowledges that the needs of care recipients may require a different care approach than that provided through mainstream residential and home care.
The Commonwealth continuity of support arrangements will provide continuity of support to older Australians with disability who are currently accessing state-managed specialist disability services who are not eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Information for Aged Care Assessment Teams (ACATs) including forms, guidelines, policies and updates relating to the Aged Care Assessment Program.
The Aged Care Complaints Commissioner provides a free service for anyone to raise their concerns about the quality of care or services being delivered to people receiving aged care services subsidised by the Australian Government.
Find out about financial support and incentives available to support education, training and professional development for the workforce involved in caring for older Australians.
Quality Agency Reporting Principles
The latest Quality Agency Reporting Principles 2013 commenced on 1 January 2014. The latest principles superseded both the Quality Agency Principles 2013 and the Accreditation Grant Principles 2011.