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Updated
13 January 2022
Fact sheet,

The Notice of collection provides information on how we may collect, use and disclose personal information, for the purpose of our legislative functions. It is available in 24 languages.

First page of Notice of collection

Updated
7 January 2022
Report,

This report describes the key themes and findings from online surveys of aged care consumers and aged care providers, regarding best practice models for engagement between consumers and providers.

Consumer engagement in aged care - Survey report cover pic

Updated
7 January 2022
Guides,

This literature review examines published peer-reviewed articles and a broader set of literature to gain an understanding of existing models of co-design that have been successfully applied in a range of sectors both in Australia and internationally, which could be applied in the Australian aged care sector.

To inform this piece of work, we have undertaken a literature review of co-design and consumer engagement.

Consumer engagement in aged care - Literature review cover pic

Updated
7 January 2022
Guides,

This resource was designed to support aged care providers to partner and engage with consumers to drive the delivery of consumer-centred care.

Working with aged care consumers cover pic

5 January 2022
Brochure,
Guides,
Handbook,
Video,

We partnered with the Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN) to develop 'Medication – It’s your choice' to raise awareness of the issues relating to psychotropic medicines.

Elderly lady with face on hand, and text Medication. It's your choice brochure

17 December 2021
Video,

The Older Persons Advocacy Network has produced a video - Medication: It’s your choice, to give consumers an overview of the potential side effects of some medications and their right to make informed decisions about what medications they take.

Image of OPAN video - Medication: It's your choice

14 December 2021
Video,

This video explains the Charter of Aged Care Rights to consumers.

Screenshot of video: Four squares clockwise from top left: older man with glasses on chair next to younger man standing; elderly lady with walker standing with younger man; elderly man and woman playing cards at a table; and elderly man with glasses standing next to man with sunhat and sunglasses holding a chainsaw.

9 December 2021
Brochure,

Information for consumers of aged care services, their families, carers and representatives about the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission.

This resource is available in 25 different languages.

Elderly woman with her dog in the park on a sunny day

22 November 2021
Fact sheet,

The World Health Organisation has declared the coronavirus is a pandemic. The Department of Health has prepared fact sheets, including for aged care staff, residents and families to assist in control of the spread of COVID19. It is strongly recommended that you read these fact sheets and revisit them every day or two because they will be updated as new information becomes available.

19 November 2021
Regulatory Bulletins,

The Department of Health’s aged care regulatory functions have been transferred to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner from 1 January 2020, giving the Commission new powers for monitoring and enforcing compliance under the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Act 2018 and Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Rules 2018.

Cover image Regulatory Bulletin PDF

29 October 2021
Guides,
Poster,

The Commission has developed a package of resources to help consumers understand the new restrictive practices requirements.

Poster with: What are restrictive practices? in white text on a blue background. There are five circles: pink, grey. dark green, green and yellow with icons

22 October 2021
Brochure,

This flyer is part of the Commission’s resource bundle to improve antibiotic use for urinary tract infections in aged care services.

Text and images of urinary tract, dipstick container and white and red prescriptions pills

18 October 2021
Fact sheet,
Poster,

You should not be treated any differently after raising a concern or making a complaint. If you are not happy with how your complaint has been managed, you can also make a complaint directly to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission.

What happens after you make a complaint poster with three icons: acknowledge investigate and respond

18 October 2021
Fact sheet,
Poster,

If you have a concern or complaint, it is safe to raise it with your residential or home service. The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission can also help.

How to make a complaint? poster with four circles with icons

8 October 2021
Video,

Listen to Hazel Hawke’s daughter Sue Pieters-Hawke talk in this short video about the effect that reducing her mother’s medication had on her quality of life.

Sue Pieters-Hawke talking

22 September 2021
Fact sheet,

This fact sheet provides information for residential aged care providers on behaviour support plans for each consumer who requires it, as part of their care.

Cover of Behaviour support plans fact sheet with an elderly lady with pearls talking to a younger lady

24 August 2021
Corporate publications,

The Commission has produced a glossary of common terms to aid understanding of the aged care services sector. The list is not intended to be exhaustive and is provided as general information only. 

A web version of the glossary is also available.

Glossary March 2021

5 August 2021
Corporate publications,

A document detailing the Commission’s approach to delivering regulatory functions under the Aged Care Quality and Safety Act 2018, in accordance with the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Rules 2018.

Regulatory strategy 2020

27 July 2021
Fact sheet,
Poster,

The Serious Incident Response Scheme or SIRS will support your right to be treated with dignity and respect and to live your life free from neglect, violence and abuse.

Poster with text and four circles with steps

27 July 2021
Forms,
Language resources,

Download the Charter of Aged Care Rights Template for Signing for aged care service providers and their consumers on 1 July 2019. Available in PDF and DOCX.

This resource is available in 18 translated languages including: Arabic, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Croatian, Dutch, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Macedonian, Maltese, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Cover image of Charter for Aged Care Rights signing template

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