Aged Care Financial Report (ACFR)
The Aged Care Financial Report (ACFR) for the 2020-21 reporting period is now available for online completion. Please click on the blue 'start' button to the right to begin.
Due date: 31 October 2021.
The Department of Health has recorded a webinar, explaining the key changes in the 2020-21 ACFR. Click on the links below to watch the video or download the PDF presentation slides. To find out more about the changes to the 2020-21 Aged Care Financial Report (ACFR) form, click to download the attachments below.
2020-21 Aged Care Financial Report Templates
2020-21 ACFR Definitions
Financial Support Statement
2020-21 Aged Care Financial Report (ACFR) Changes & Guides
Aged Care Financial Report (ACFR) Guidelines (.pdf)
Guide to 2020-21 ACFR Changes (.pdf)
ACFR 2020-21 - Frequently Asked Questions (.pdf)
2020-21 ACFR - Residential Income Statement Helpful Tips (.pdf)
2020-21 ACFR Webinar Presentation Slides (.pdf)
2020-21 ACFR Webinar Presentation Video
2020-21 ACFR Webinar Presentation Video (Government Approved Providers)
2020-21 Annual Prudential Compliance (APCS) Guidelines & Audit Template/Guides
APCS Guidelines (.pdf)
APCS Audit Guide (.pdf)
APCS Audit Report Template - Clean Opinion (.docx)
APCS Audit Report Template - Qualified Opinion (.docx)
Home Care Package Provider Stocktake - June 2021
The 2021 Home Care Package Provider Stocktake (June 2021) is not yet available for completion. The Stocktake will open on 20 September 2021.
The Australian Government Department of Health (the department) is seeking information from Home Care Package (HCP) providers on the types, volume and cost of care and services delivered under the HCP Program in June 2021.
Home Care Package Provider Stocktake Questions (template)
Home Care Package Provider Stocktake (HCS) - Templates & Guides
Home Care Package Provider Stocktake - Definitions (.xlsx)
Home Care Package Provider Stocktake - Frequently Asked Questions (.docx)
Purpose of the Stocktake
Information gathered through the Stocktake will provide greater insight into how the HCP Program operates and may inform workforce planning for the aged care sector and reform options for a new support at home program. In their Final Report, the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety referenced the benefits that greater transparency of operations will provide the sector.
Who should participate in the Stocktake?
All approved HCP providers who are currently operating and provided care to people in June 2021. Participation is voluntary. However, the Department strongly encourages you to participate to ensure your circumstances are considered as part of the analysis.
How will the Stocktake be conducted?
The department has engaged Forms Administration to collect data on its behalf. Responses will be provided to the department in aggregate form. Feedback will be provided to the sector based on analysis of information received. The data collected will not be used for any compliance activity.
How long do I have to complete the Stocktake?
The Stocktake is open from 9am (AEST), Monday
20 September 2021
to 5pm (AEDT), Friday
19 November 2021
Significant Refurbishment - Application for the Higher Accommodation Supplement
Significant Refurbishments - (Pre-Approval)
Use this form to apply for the higher level of accommodation supplement if you are an approved provider of a residential aged care service that has a proposed refurbishment project for which you are seeking pre-approval. Please note that if you complete the Pre-Application, you will also need to complete the Confirmation once refurbishment work is complete.
Significant Refurbishments - (Standard Application)
Use this form to apply for the higher level of accommodation supplement if you are an approved provider of a residential aged care service that has completed a refurbishment on or after 20 April 2012. Please note that if you complete the Standard Application, you do not need to complete the Pre-Application or the Confirmation.
Significant Refurbishments - (Confirmation)
Use this form to confirm that you have completed the significant refurbishment where pre-approval was given. Please note that you should only complete if you have previously completed the Pre-Approval Application and refurbishment work has been completed.