Aged Care

My Aged Care

My Aged Care is a government organisation providing information for those who need help with aged care needs.

If you need help at home or are looking at moving into an aged care home you may first need an assessment by an Aged Care Assessment Team  (ACAT).

Phone: 1800 200 422 (Mon-Fri 8am – 8pm, Sat 10am – 2pm)


Department of Human Services, Centrelink Financial Information Services

The Financial Information Service at Centrelink is a free confidential service providing education and information on financial issues such as aged pensions, planning your retirement and support services.

Residential Care Fee Estimator 

My Aged Care

The My Aged Care online fee estimators allow you to work out what eligible Australian Government subsidies can be applied to your aged care services.

Information & Support

Australian Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission

The Australian Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission speaks to thousands of aged care facility residents each year to ensure they’re getting the quality of care they deserve.

Department of Social Services

The Department of Social Services aims to improve the lifetime wellbeing of people and families in Australia.

Department of Veteran Affairs

The Department of Veteran Affairs provides support and advice for veterans, their dependents, war widows, members of the Australian Federal Police and many more.

Enduring Power of Attorney

The Tasmanian Government has a Fact Sheet on Enduring Powers of Attorney, what it means for you and how to obtain one.

The Public Trustee

The Public Trustee is a government service providing Enduring Powers of Attorney, free wills, investment, executor and financial administration services.

Public Guardian

The Public Guardian is a government agency set up to protect the rights of vulnerable Tasmanians.

Advocacy Tasmania

Advocacy Tasmania is a community organisation that provides free and independent advocacy services across Tasmania. They support clients to speak up, have their voices heard and make sure their rights are protected.