Funding options

If you receive a full pension and if all your required services are covered by the Home Care Package subsidy, you may not need to pay anything.

Note: the Basic Daily Fee is $0. If you receive a part-pension or you are a self-funded retiree, you may need to pay an Income-Tested Care Fee determined by Centrelink.

Download the Home Care Package Fee Schedule

Under the new aged care reforms, the Australian Government has decided that everyone can contribute to the cost of their care where their personal circumstances allow. A small portion of the hourly rate is charged to you and the larger portion is subsidised through the program. However, in cases of financial hardship, the fee can be reduced to ensure anyone who needs support can access it. 

Download the CHSP Fee Schedule


 

 

Private services, also known as fee-for-service, does not require any Government assessment and is not eligible for any Government subsidy. You are required to pay the full cost of your care.

If you have private health insurance, you may be able to receive a rebate (check with your health insurer).

Download the Private Services Fee Schedule

Short-term restorative care supports you for up to eight weeks (56 days) with a variety of services to improve your wellbeing. Services provided in your home, in the community, in an aged care home or mix of these, depending on your care needs.

You can access this care twice in any 12-month period. The hours of care per week will vary based on your care needs and the services and products you need.

Note: the Basic Daily Fee is a percentage of the single pension – 17.5%

Download the Short-Term Restorative Care Fee Schedule

If you receive a full pension and if all your required services are covered by the Home Care Package subsidy, you may not need to pay anything.

Note: the Basic Daily Fee is $0. If you receive a part-pension or you are a self-funded retiree, you may need to pay an Income-Tested Care Fee determined by Centrelink.

Download the Home Care Package Fee Schedule

Under the new aged care reforms, the Australian Government has decided that everyone can contribute to the cost of their care where their personal circumstances allow. A small portion of the hourly rate is charged to you and the larger portion is subsidised through the program. However, in cases of financial hardship, the fee can be reduced to ensure anyone who needs support can access it. 

Download the CHSP Fee Schedule


 

 

Private services, also known as fee-for-service, does not require any Government assessment and is not eligible for any Government subsidy. You are required to pay the full cost of your care.

If you have private health insurance, you may be able to receive a rebate (check with your health insurer).

Download the Private Services Fee Schedule

Short-term restorative care supports you for up to eight weeks (56 days) with a variety of services to improve your wellbeing. Services provided in your home, in the community, in an aged care home or mix of these, depending on your care needs.

You can access this care twice in any 12-month period. The hours of care per week will vary based on your care needs and the services and products you need.

Note: the Basic Daily Fee is a percentage of the single pension – 17.5%

Download the Short-Term Restorative Care Fee Schedule

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