Get involved

There is a range of ways you can be involved in the reforms, including surveys, webinars, online workshops and consultation papers. You can also engage with us face-to-face at community events.

Find more information about current and upcoming engagement opportunities below.


Open Engagement opportunities

  • Webinar: Aged care cost data collection

    The Independent Health and Aged Care Pricing Authority (IHACPA) is hosting two webinars in April on aged care cost collection and how your contribution will help inform IHACPA’s aged care pricing and costing advice to government.

    Audience: Aged care workers, Providers (i.e service administrators, owners), Aged care experts and peak organisations

    Topic: Home care, Residential care, Workforce

  • Aged Care Reforms Survey for Older People

    We want to hear from older people, families and carers about what you think about the changes to aged care. Take our survey to provide your feedback.

    Audience: Older Australians, carers and families, Aged care workers

    Topic: Home care, Residential care, Diversity and inclusion, Regulation and legislation, Access and navigation, Research and ICT

  • Aged Care Worker Survey 2024

    We want to hear from aged care workers about their experiences, work conditions and whether they need more support to deliver aged care. Take this survey to help us better understand the aged care workforce.

    Audience: Aged care workers

    Topic: Home care, Residential care, Workforce

  • Survey of persons impacted by incontinence

    We want to hear from people impacted by incontinence to inform an independent evaluation of government-funded continence initiatives.

    Audience: Older Australians, carers and families

    Topic: Home care, Residential care, Research and ICT

  • Have your say on the draft strengthened Quality Standards guidance

    The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is consulting on draft guidance to help providers meet the strengthened Aged Care Quality Standards. Read the draft guidance and provide your feedback.

    Audience: Older people, carers and families, Aged care workers, Providers, Aged care experts and peak organisations

    Topic: Governance

  • Share your thoughts on aged care for First Nations people

    The Interim First Nations Aged Care Commissioner wants to hear from older First Nations people, families and communities. Feedback will inform the role of the permanent Commissioner and identify changes needed to make the aged care system better.

    Audience: Older Australians, carers and families, Aged care workers, Providers (i.e service administrators, owners), Aged care experts and peak organisations

    Topic: Home care, Residential care, Diversity and inclusion, Regulation and legislation, Access and navigation, Research and ICT

  • Register your interest for free food and nutrition education and training for aged care chefs and cooks

    We are partnering with the Maggie Beer Foundation to deliver free education and training programs for residential aged care chefs and cooks.

    Audience: Aged care workers, Providers (i.e service administrators, owners)

    Topic: Residential Aged Care


Upcoming aged care events

Come and see us at one of the many sector conferences, expos and community events we attend

  • ACN Nursing & Health Expo

    Audience: Aged care workers

  • National Aged Care Provider Conference 2024

    Audience: Aged care providers

  • Agfest Tasmania

    Audience: Older people, their families and carers


Previous engagements

We've held 181 engagements to inform Aged Care Reforms. Read about previous engagement activities and how these have shaped the aged care reforms.

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