Useful links

Serious Incident Response Scheme

Learn more about the Australian Government’s new Serious Incident Response Scheme.

My Aged Care

The Aged Care Australia website is the Australian Government’s key website with information on aged care.

The Aged-care Rights Service (TARS) of NSW

The Aged-care Rights Service (TARS) is a community legal centre that provides advocacy for the residents of Commonwealth funded hostels and nursing homes, self-care retirement villages and recipients of in-home aged care in NSW.

They also give information on the costs associated with entering an aged care home and give advice on retirement village contracts.

All calls to TARS are confidential.

Australian Government – Australian Aged Care Quality Agency

The accreditation body for residential aged care homes.

Partnerships in Care | Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

A Partnership in care program supports aged care residents and their family or close friends to continue their relationships of care and companionship even during periods of an infectious outbreak.

Queensland Aged and Disability Advocacy Inc

121 Copperfield Street Geebung 4304

(P.O.Box 313 Nundah 4012)

Telephone: (07) 3637 6000

Freecall: 1800 818 338


Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN)

Older Persons Advocacy Network’s free services support older people and their representatives to address issues related to Commonwealth funded aged care services.

Living Longer, Living Better

Dementia Australia

Dementia Australia provides support and information for Australians living with dementia and those involved in their care.

Aged Care 101