There are a number of fees you may be charged when entering residential care. These will cover:
The fees you pay will depend on a number of factors because everyone’s financial circumstances are different.
We understand that you may need to carefully consider your options when deciding how to pay for your care.
You can call our experienced residential admissions team on 1300 925 414 during business hours to discuss your payment options.
We also encourage you, or your family representative, to seek independent financial advice so you can make an informed decision.
Would you like to learn more about our residential care fees? Read page 2 of our process of moving into residential aged care flyer.
You can discover your specific accommodation payment combination by using our accommodation pricing calculator.
Select your preferred facility below and the room types available at that location and associated pricing will load automatically. After you enter the Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD) you will be able to put towards your accommodation costs, your remaining Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP) will be calculated and displayed.
Note: this calculator is indicative only. Please call our residential admissions team on 1300 925 414 for advice relating to your specific financial situation.
Maximum Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD): $$$
To calculate the Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP) amount please enter a deposit amount and click 'calculate'
These pricing arrangements apply to new residents entering care on or after July 1, 2014. The agreed Daily Accommodation Payment may be deducted from the Refundable Accommodation Deposit in order to meet an agreed amount of accommodation payment. This will result in addtional interest amounts being charged on the amount deducted. Residents or their representatives may wish to seek independent financial advice regarding which option suits their specific financial circumstances.
Prices current as at Friday, August 14, 2020
Maximum Permissible Interest Rate (MPIR): 4.1%. The MPIR is updated quarterly by the Australian Government and is subject to change.