Residential care services
The information on this page is for residential aged care services and flexible care services through which short-term restorative care is provided in a residential care setting.
The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is responsible for accrediting and monitoring the quality of care and services of residential aged care services against the Accreditation Standards under the Aged Care Act 1997. Residential aged care services provide a range of care, accommodation, hospitality and services for older people who are unable to continue living independently in their own homes.
This page provides links for providers to help prepare for assessments and to promote continuous improvement in care in line with the applicable aged care quality standards.
- Accreditation and re-accreditation
- Assessment contacts
- Review audits
- Existing Standards
- New Standards
- Continuous improvement
- Non-compliance with the standards
- Serious risk
- Reconsideration and review
You also may need...
- Letters and Posters
- Application for re-accreditation (Word)
- Home Reports Search
- Consumer Experience Reports
- Accreditation Fees
- Cost Recovery
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