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Aged Care

Our service is more than advice – it’s also about support.

When looking for residential aged care for you or a family member there is so much to consider and often so little time. Its not usually something you’ve planned for and most people feel stressed about making the wrong decisions.

An Adviser can provide guidance and support to make decisions around;

  • The options you have to fund accommodation bonds.
  • Whether you should sell the family home or rent it out.
  • How you can achieve an optimal mix between bond, daily care fees and income-tested fees.
  • Effects these have on Centrelink/DVA pension benefits.
  • What the total cost is and can you or your family member afford it.

  • Where will I get the money from to pay these fees.
  • How will this impact how much money I have left to leave to my surviving family?

There are many free resources providing information on Aged Care. Below are some websites and phone numbers that we consider to be particularly useful.

Resource Resource Used For

Getting Started

My Aged Care
Telephone 1800 200 422
The first port of call for any aged care enquiries as they will guide you to find and access government & non-government services and care options.

Choosing an Aged Care Home

Finding an Aged Care home Assistance on how to find a place that suits you, starting with your preferred location.
Choosing Aged Care
This government produced checklist is a good guide to help you when visiting homes to keep a record of your thoughts on the property.

Moving to an Aged Care Home

5 Steps to Entry into Residential Aged Care In particular Step 5 of this booklet provides guidance on moving and settling in.

Emotional support for carers and families

Commonwealth Carelink and Respite
Telephone 1800 052 222
Provides a single point of contact for the information on community, aged and disability services and carer support. The Centres can also assist with information about costs for services, assessment processes and eligibility criteria.
Carers Australia
Telephone 1800 242 636
Provides community support for carers and counselling services.
Fight Dementia
Helpline 1800 100 500