Welcome to the Aged Care Engagement Hub

The Australian Government is putting security, dignity, quality and humanity back into aged care. This is in response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s final report.

The aged care reforms will create a system that:

On this Engagement Hub you can get involved in the reforms and help drive change in aged care in Australia.

We need your help to create an aged care system in which we can all be confident.

Get involved

There are a range of ways you can be involved in the reforms, including surveys, webinars, online workshops, consultation papers and face-to-face events.

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Welcome to the Aged Care Engagement Hub.

Here you can find information and updates on the aged care reforms.

The Australian Government wants to hear from you about how the aged care system can be improved.

Click on Get Involved to have your say and also register your interest to be notified when consultations open.


Get involved

There are a range of ways you can be involved in the reforms, including surveys, webinars, online workshops, consultation papers and face-to-face events.

GET INVOLVED

Latest news and stories

Almost 4,000 people attended a webinar to hear about the reforms to in-home aged care, the proposed regulatory model, and the new Aged Care Act. Read about our next steps.

30 September 2022

About the Reforms

A range of changes are being made to aged care, in response to the final report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. The changes to aged care in Australia aim to achieve six key outcomes.

Older Australians

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter EngAged, for updates on changes to aged care, news from the Council of Elders and alerts about upcoming consultation activities.

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Aged care workers and providers

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter Your Aged Care Update, for news and alerts about the aged care reforms, and information for the sector.

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The Department of Health and Aged Care acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.