AGED CARE REPORT CARD
“By hearing real life experiences specifically from those living or working in aged care facilities people are comforted in their decision process. So join in the conversation and help assist others needing advice!”
“Family members of older Australians are most commonly charged with the decision of selecting an aged care facility. This can be a terribly daunting and overwhelming task, especially since most people will have had no prior experience of making this important life-changing decision.”
“Aged Care Report Card’s (ACRC) Quality Index provides an overview and benchmark of what you should expect from a ‘5 HEART’ (excellent) rated facility.”
Aged Care Report Card’s ‘7 standards of excellence’ include:
- Staff Presence
- Nursing Care
- Quality of Food
- Cleanliness & Environment
Aged Care Report card aims to provides families and older adults with a guide to assist in selecting a care facility.
The Report Card helps provide information on how to choose a nursing home by rating care facilities by it’s ‘7 Standards of Excellence’ in care. These standards were developed with the help of senior residents, their loved ones and industry professionals and aim to reflect important attributes for people living in, and seeking residential aged care.
In addition to providing a database, the Aged Care Report Card also allows users to provide feedback and engage with other users.
Aged Care Report Card aims to quality care for all through information sharing and ease of access to quality care providers.
Improving Nursing Care for Elderly