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Resource Type
Fact sheet

Children and their elderly relatives can still connect during COVID-19. Regular phone and video calls will help to maintain their connection as well as help prevent loneliness in aged care
residents due to the COVID-19 isolation.

Image – Connecting over the phone or video call

Resource Type
Brochure
Guides

To support the aged care sector during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commission is developing a range of new storyboards that are designed to illustrate key behaviours and priority issues.

COVID-19 storyboards image

Resource Type
Video

How to stay safe from COVID-19 video is available in 15 different languages. The video aims to help consumers understand the steps they can take to keep themselves safe during the current pandemic. 

Image of COVID-19 video translations infographic showing icons: wash your hands, vaccination injection, and an older man

Resource Type
Language resources
Poster

If someone has COVID-19 in your residential aged care service, a number of changes will take place. These changes will be made very quickly. You might be anxious when these changes take place but the aim is to keep you safe.

This poster has been translated into 15 languages to help residents understand what to expect in the time of COIVD-19.

Image of the 'What to expect translations - poster image' infographic translated into multiple languages

Resource Type
Guides
Language resources

These translated guides will help you understand what to expect if someone has COVID-19 in your residential aged care service, including that a number of changes will take place. These changes will be made very quickly. You might be anxious when these changes take place but the aim is to keep you safe.

Image of 'What to expect guide' - cover image

Resource Type
Language resources
Poster

COVID-19 is an infection that’s more serious in some older people. You might be worried but there are ways you can connect with your loved ones while protecting yourself and others. The translated versions of this poster will show you how.

Image of the A3 Poster - 'How to stay safe from COVID-19 ' infographic

Resource Type
Guides

COVID-19 is an infection that can be more serious for some older people. We have developed a range of resources to help consumers understand their options on staying safe, keeping in touch with loved ones and keeping fit and active.

These translated guides provide useful information on how to stay safe in a time of COVID-19.

Image of the cover of 'How to stay safe guide'

Resource Type
Fact sheet
Guides
Poster

Are you missing some of your favourite activities? You can still do many of the social activities you enjoy, though they may be a little different.

A3 poster – How to stay active and enjoy yourself during COVID-19, white text on green background with circles for four steps enjoy yourself during COVID-19

Resource Type
Fact sheet
Guides
Poster

It’s important to stay in touch with the people you love, even if COVID-19 restrictions mean they can’t visit you as easily or as often.

A3 poster – Staying connected with the people you love during COVID-19, white text on purple background with circles for four steps

Resource Type
Fact sheet

You, your friends and family have a right to know how your residential aged care service is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have developed some common questions that you can ask your service provider during this time.

Common questions for residential aged care services fact sheet

Resource Type
Fact sheet

The Industry Code for Visiting Residential Aged Care Homes during COVID-19 (the Code) sets out the aged care industry’s expectations of conduct for aged care providers on how to support residents being able to have visitors while also keeping them safe and protected during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Industry code fact sheet

Resource Type
Brochure
Language resources

The rights of consumers are protected by a Charter of Aged Care Rights. Download this helpful booklet for aged care service providers and their consumers.

This resource is not available to order on the Commission's website. Hard copies of the English version of the booklet are available at no cost from National Mailing and Marketing.

Charter of Aged Care Rights cover picture

Resource Type
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