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Aged Care Carer or close relative assessment form (SA483)

Use this form to give us your details if you’re a carer or close relative of someone moving into an aged care home.

  1. Top payments
  2. Continence Aids Payment Scheme

How much you can get on the Continence Aids Payment Scheme

Information about how much you can get, how we pay and why it won’t count as income.

  1. Ageing
  2. Getting aged care services

Thinking about getting aged care services

If you’re thinking about getting some help around the house or entering an aged care home, there are services and support that can help.

  1. Continence Aids Payment Scheme
  2. Who can get it

Residence rules for the Continence Aids Payment Scheme

To be eligible for the Continence Aids Payment Scheme you must be an Australian permanent resident or citizen.

  1. Aged care calculation of your cost of care
  2. Who should apply

Aged care calculation of your cost of care if you get an income support payment

We may have your financial details if you get a relevant income support payment from us or the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

  1. Who should apply
  2. You own your home

Aged care carer or close relative assessment for aged cost of care

If you’re a carer or close relative of a person moving into an aged care home, you may need to do an assessment.

  1. Getting aged care services
  2. Most useful information

Private Trust form (MOD PT)

Use this form if in the last 5 years, you or your partner have been involved with or have transferred funds or assets to a private trust that has not been vested.

  1. Managing your money
  2. News

We’re sending letters to some people who were overpaid

If you live in a Local Government Area impacted by lockdowns, the temporary pause on Centrelink debts has now lifted.

  1. Top payments
  2. Special Disability Trusts

How to use Special Disability Trust funds

The funds of a Special Disability Trust are intended to meet the reasonable care and accommodation needs of the principal beneficiary.

  1. Ageing
  2. Getting aged care services

Understanding aged care costs to get aged care services

If you’ve started your journey with My Aged Care, we can tell you how much you’ll pay towards your aged care costs.

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Page last updated: 10 December 2021