National Aged Care Provider Conference 2023. Our approach to assessing and monitoring quality aged care. Presentation by Anthony Speed Executive Director, Quality Assessment and Monitoring.
National Aged Care Provider Conference 2023 - Our approach to resolving complaints. Presentation by:
- Janet Anderson PSM, Commissioner
- Louise Macleod, Complaints Commissioner
- Michelle Bampton, Executive Director, Intake and Complaints Resolution
National Aged Care Provider Conference 2023 - Office of the Interim Inspector-General of Aged Care. Presentation by Ian Yates AM, Interim Inspector-General of Aged Care.
National Aged Care Provider Conference 2023 - Stronger Standards, Better Aged Care Program. Presentation by Lisa Peterson PSM Assistant Commissioner, Sector Capability.
National Aged Care Provider Conference 2023. Keynote plenary address by the Commissioner - Regulating to propel positive change (Looking under the bonnet of the ACQSC).
‘Additional care or services’ are care and services that are offered to residents of a residential aged care service by their provider, in addition to those that their provider is required to provide by law. By agreement with the resident, an approved provider can charge fees for additional care and services.
This Regulatory Bulletin outlines the expectations of the Commission relating to providers’ responsibilities around the charging of fees for additional care and services. It also outlines the Commission’s response where a provider does not meet their responsibilities.
In this regulatory bulletin, the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission (Commission) discusses the workforce-related responsibilities of approved providers, including the additional responsibilities for 24/7 registered nurse coverage and care minutes that are being introduced from 1 July and 1 October 2023 respectively for approved providers of residential aged care. The bulletin explains how the Commission will regulate these responsibilities.
A fact sheet that informs providers of their obligation to provide information about their operations to the Department of Health and Aged Care by the 31st of October each year.
This report outlines the key findings of the analysis of the food and dining experience surveys conducted by Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN) with residents of residential aged care services across Australia.
This fact sheet provides an overview for providers on the importance of supporting residents to make ongoing, informed choices about their food, drink and dining experience in line with the Aged Care Quality Standards.
Hand hygiene is about cleaning your hands. It is an important part of how you protect yourself from getting sick and it helps to keep you and the person you care for safe. Learn how to clean your hands with sanitiser through this short video.
This resource for aged care providers is a guide to the Code of Conduct for Aged Care.
This video introduces the provider governance obligations introduced on 1 December 2023.
This document responds to questions put to the Commission at the ‘Regulation of workforce-related responsibilities including 24/7 on site registered nurse and care minutes’ webinar held on 18 April 2023. The information is current as at 17 May 2023.
This resource outlines our vision to be a world-class regulator as we strengthen our capability, effectiveness and accountability.
This fact sheet outlines steps you can take to support residents to manage their oral health.
This document responds to questions put to the Commission at the ‘Aged care sector reforms – current status and what’s next?’ webinar held on 15 December 2022. The information is current as at 15 May 2023.
The resources on this page provide information on supporting partnerships in care. It will assist aged care providers work with partners in care and establish new partnerships.
This fact sheet provides an overview for residential aged care staff (including chefs, cooks, food service and care staff) on the requirements and importance of residents’ rights to making choices about their food, drink and dining experience.
It is important that residential aged care staff support residents to make choices about their food, drink and dining.