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As the aged population is growing in Australia, the need for a range of care, accommodation, hospitality, and other services is undeniable.

To address this growth, the Government has rolled out a $23.9-billion-dollar scheme to this sector 2020–21 with a further increase to $27.1 billion in 2023–24 that can open new windows for the businesses that offer quality aged care service to more than four million elderly Australians.

The Government subsidises approved providers under the Aged Care Act, making them more affordable and accessible to eligible care recipients.

So, as the cost of your services is subsidised to make the help your client needs more affordable, you will have more potential clients compared to the non-government funded services, which will charge their clients the full cost to access their services.

As an approved aged care provider, you can offer any of the following services according to your approved scope of services:

  • Home care services: provide a range of services that help elderly people live independently within their homes.

The Home Care Package (HCP) is suitable for those with greater or more complex care needs who need many cares and support services on an ongoing basis beyond the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP).

There are four levels of care that can be assigned to the senior people, from basic assistance to high-level care. 

  • Residential care services: provide a range of care, accommodation, hospitality and services, using a residential facility (nursing home) for older people who are unable to continue living independently within their own homes.
  • Flexible care services: provide a range of care and services for a period of time that may be delivered in a home care setting, a residential care setting, or a combination of both. Flexible care acknowledges that the needs of aged care consumers may require a different care approach than those provided through the residential care and home care services. It includes Short Term Restorative Care Programme (STRC), Multi-Purpose Services (MPS) Program, Transition Care Program, and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flexible Aged Care (NATSIFAC) Program.

If you have found this process very complex and timeconsuming, if you are too busy with your day-to-day operation, if you are unfamiliar with the My Aged Care registration application process and get stuck in many web pages and other resources, if you do not know where to start or how to find the relevant information in one place, and if you want to get this process done correctly, you are at the right place now.

At ISO Consulting Services, we support you to make the confusing and stressful registration process easy and hassle-free. We save your time and money by providing you with all the documents required to meet the Aged Care Quality Standards. Using our services listed below, you can rest assured that you complete the lengthy and frustrating registration process successfully through our GUARANTEED services (T&C applied).

Silver Package 

  • Extensive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 
  • Aged Care Documents Package including policies and procedures, forms and other templates, handbooks and other documents. 
  • Your access to additional services through our business alliances for all you need, including business registration, business finance, accounting and taxation, marketing, IT support, website development, insurance and more at a DISCOUNTED fee
  • Ongoing assistance with your questions on the documents and clarifying them 
  • Our Silver Package

Gold Package Supplementaries 

  • Help you complete and submit the application form to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission 
  • Help you deal with the Aged Care quality assessor and facilitate the assessment process

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