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RB 2023-20 Additional fees in residential aged care

‘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.



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