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.

You can also register your interest to be involved in consultations about the aged care reforms.

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Older Australians

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter EngAged, for updates on changes to aged care, news from the Council of Elders and alerts about upcoming consultation activities.

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Aged care workers and providers

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Open Engagement opportunities

  • A New Program for In-Home Aged Care Discussion Paper

    Older Australians, their families and carers and the aged care sector are invited to share their views on the discussion paper.

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

    Topic: Home care

  • Webinar: Capping Home Care Package admin and management charges

    This webinar is for Home Care Package providers. It will provide an update on pricing changes commencing 1 January 2023.

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

    Topic: Home care

  • Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Independent Capability Review

    Submissions are now open for the independent capability review of the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission.

    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 quality and safety

  • Webinar: Digital Transformation Tech Talk

    Join us for our last Tech Talk for 2022 to hear about the Aged Care Transformation Program’s upcoming policy roadmap, view a demonstration of the new Star Ratings solution, and to hear an update from our partners in the Australia Digital Health Agency (ADHA).

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

    Topic: Home care, Residential care, Governance, Workforce, Research and ICT

  • Webinar: Reforming in-home aged care update

    Hear about the feedback we received on the in-home aged care discussion paper, and outlines the next steps for the reforms.

    Audience: Older Australians, their family and carers, providers, peak bodies, health and aged care professionals, aged care assessors

    Topic: Home care

  • Survey: National Dementia Action Plan

    We are seeking feedback on the draft National Dementia Action Plan. Complete the short survey and have your say because your views will inform this 10-year plan for dementia action.

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

    Topic: All


Upcoming engagement opportunities

  • Aged Care Workforce Leaders Forum

    Audience: Providers

  • Australian Association of Gerontology Conference

    Audience: Aged care medical professionals

  • First Nations aged care communication project/strategy

    Audience: Older Australians, First Nations Elders, aged care workers

  • NSW Seniors Festival

    Audience: Older Australians, families, carers


Previous engagements

We've held 84 engagements to inform Aged Care Reforms. Read about previous engagement activities and how these have shaped the aged care reforms.

Older Australians

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter EngAged, for updates on changes to aged care, news from the Council of Elders and alerts about upcoming consultation activities.

SIGN UP

Aged care workers and providers

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter Your Aged Care Update, for news and alerts about the aged care reforms, and information for the sector.

SIGN UP