The Department of Health’s aged care regulatory functions have been transferred to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner. As these take effect from 1 January 2020, the content on this page is currently undergoing review. For a summary of key changes, please click here.
The Regulatory Bulletin is a targeted communication to assist services in understanding how specific requirements and processes fit into the overarching aged care regulatory framework. It articulates expectations and underlying reasons for the Commission's approach.
Use the links to access previous issues of the Regulatory Bulletin:
|Issue no. 2020-3.0||Reconsideration of regulatory decisions|
|Issue no. 2020-2.0||Quality Assessor Registration|
|Issue no. 2020-1.0||Assessment Contacts in residential and home services|
|Issue no. 2019-8.1||Regulation of physical and chemical restraint|
|Issue no. 2019-7.1||Reconsideration of regulatory decisions|
|Issue no. 2019-6.2||Regulatory decision making|
|Issue no. 2019-5.3||Aged Care Quality Standards performance assessment methodology|
|Issue no. 2019-4.1||Responding to non-compliance with the Aged Care Quality Standards|
|Issue no. 2019-3.2||Exclusion of specific dates for unannounced visits|
|Issue no. 2019-1.3||Serious Risk|
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