Moving into or out of residential aged care

Are you thinking about moving into residential aged care?

The Australian Government and the NDIA are committed to ensuring no younger people (under the age of 65) need to live in residential aged care unless they choose to.

If you are thinking about moving into residential aged care and are interested in finding out about what other options there might be, you should talk to your planner or Support Coordinator. They can help find other support options so you don’t have to move into residential aged care if you don’t want to.

Do you want to move out of residential aged care?

We can help you move out of residential aged care if you want to. We understand some people might want to stay living where they are, but we are committed to making sure younger people don’t have to go into a residential aged care facility or stay in one if they don’t want to.

See the section on What if you want to move out of your residential aged care facility for more detail.

This page current as of
28 September 2020
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