Code of Conduct for Aged Care
The Code of Conduct for Aged Care outlines the behavior expected of aged care providers, governing persons and aged care workers. The code provides the Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission the power to deal with behavior that is not consistent with the Code.
A series of fact sheets and information for Aged Care Providers, with the aim to improve the safety, health, wellbeing and quality of life for people receiving aged care services.
A series of fact sheets and information for Aged Care Workers, such as independent support workers and service providers to understand and comprehend the Code of Conduct for Aged Care.
Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS)
SIRS was introduced to assist in preventing and reducing the risk and occurrence of incidents of abuse and neglect of older Australians receiving Government-Subsidised aged care and services.