Australia’s aged care system provides care and support to people in a variety of settings. This topic outlines the care types, locations, providers, and size of aged care services in Australia.
Using aged care services is an important step for many older Australians. In this section, learn about how people begin using aged care services.
Australia’s aged care system offers a variety of services which cater to the needs of diverse populations. This topic explores the age, sex, location, and backgrounds of people using aged care.
Older people, particularly those in residential care, have many different care needs. In this section, learn about the different levels of care people need.
Just as people enter aged care services, they also leave. In this section, learn about how, why and when people leave aged care services.
Australian aged care services operate through a combination of financial contributions. This topic explores the financial contributions by both government and consumers.
People move through aged care services in different ways. In this section, learn about their pathways in aged care.
People in aged care use a range of health services. In this section, learn about how people using aged care interact with the health system.
The quality of aged care services is important to measure. In this section, learn about aspects of the quality of care, services given by providers, and the experiences of people receiving care.
Download data on aged care from various sources.
Key points on each topic presented in a factsheet or infographic.
Interactive graphical displays.
A consolidated list of reports and publications on aged care from various sources.
General website frequently asked questions.
A list of external links for further information on aged care.
A list of key terms and words in aged care with a description and explanation provided.
An interactive dashboard on younger people in residential aged care