Aged Care Registration

Aged Care Registration | Become An Aged Care Provider

In this article, we explain about Aged Care Registration process, requirements, rules and education requirements for aged care registration.

Support for the elderly is known as aged care. It can involve assistance with daily tasks, health care, housing, and equipment such as walking frames.

If you wish to work as an aged care provider, you’re probably already aware of the requirements.

You’re probably aware that care services come in various forms and are given in a variety of locations.

You may also be aware that the goal is to look after the wellbeing of older persons, keep them safe, and assist them in living as independently and happily as possible.

NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission registration

NDIS participants will be required to register with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission as of December 1, 2020.

This means that licenced providers who support NDIS participants will be regulated by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

For additional information, go to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

Approved providers have the same responsibilities to NDIS participants as they do to other consumers who receive aged care services and supports, and they are still governed by the Aged Care Act 1997.

Aged Care Registration Process

In all situations, you are responsible for your client’s safety and must be confident that all staff are trustworthy, capable of working correctly and will not damage them.

Health Provider Assist can assist you during the My Aged Care evaluation process.

You must apply to the Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission to become an authorised provider to function as efficiently as feasible.

Types of aged care will you provide

You must first decide what type of care you will provide before becoming a provider, which can include:

  • Operating a residential care home for the elderly
  • Providing care in people’s homes
  • Respite care and other services

Rule and regulations

  • From December 1, 2020, if your aged care home provides care to NDIS members, you must meet NDIS requirements.
  • Comply with the NDIS Code of Conduct in supporting NDIS participants
  • The NDIS had you automatically registered.
  • You must renew your registration when it expires. A third-party audit is required for this.
  • You must guarantee that each employee has passed an approved aged care provider background check.
  • The NDIS Behaviour Support standards must be met and the transitional schedule.

Education and other requirements

A VET qualification in ageing assistance or individual support is commonly required to work as an aged care worker.

Ensure you have all of the required immunisations and certifications, such as a First Aid Certificate and a Police Check.

A National Police Certificate and a Provide First Aid Certificate are required to operate as an aged care worker.

Those who provide community and home support care must have a valid driver’s licence.

What services aged care provides

Home care service

A person with special needs can remain at home with the help of a home care service. Home care services include:

  • Personal care
  • Household chores
  • Cooking
  • Money management
  • Transportation

Residential aged care

Residential aged care must provide all of the care and services required to satisfy your needs.

This includes assisting with your health, happiness, social life, and security. Residential aged care services include:

  • Laundry services
  • Basic toiletries
  • Social activities
  • Emergency assistance
  • Eating and drinking
  • Dressing, bathing and
  • Personal hygiene
  • Emotional support

Respite care service

Respite care is the provision of short–term or temporary care to the elderly or unwell for a few hours or weeks to provide relief or respite to the primary caregiver. Respite care service includes:

  • Eat or drink
  • Take medications
  • Exercise
  • Enjoy the outdoors
  • Get in and out of bed

If you want to register for an aged care provider, you must contact Health Provider Assist. We help several service providers to register in NDIS, and If we are not able to register as a provider, you don’t have to pay anything.

So what you are waiting for call us on 0431 533 116.

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