Government subsidised home care
Depending on your personal circumstances, you may be eligible for subsidised home care.
There are two types of home care programs that are subsidised by the Australian Government. These are Home and Community Care (HACC) and Home Care Packages. These programs are designed to help you to live independently at home and meet your changing needs as you get older.
Home and Community Care (HACC) provides basic home support services. You may be eligible for this type of support based on your ability to carry out everyday activities.
At RDNS, we deliver a Home and Community Care Program that supports you, so that you can stay independent and living in your own home for as long as possible. We also help you stay active and connected amongst your community.
Home Care Packages
A Home Care Package is a ‘package’ of personalised care, designed to help those with more complex needs stay in their home as they get older.
Our Home Care Packages are available in four levels, and offer a range of services depending on your needs and requirements. These services include showering, helping you to get out and about, and a variety of specialist health services. Find out more about Home Care Packages.
To receive government subsidised home care, you will first need to have an assessment.
Depending on your financial circumstances, you may be required to make a contribution to the cost of your care. Your contributions will be calculated based on your Aged Pension and any other income you receive. Any contributions you are required to make will be discussed with you before you start receiving services. For more information about contributions and fees call our friendly team on 1300 364 264 or visit the My Aged Care website.