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Current calls for submissions

We are currently seeking submissions for a review on the administration of My Aged Care

Past calls for submissions

2024 progress report on the implementation of royal commission recommendations

Under the Inspector-General of Aged Care Act 2023 (the Act), we must prepare 2 progress reports. The Act requires that these reports:

  • cover how the Australian Government has implemented the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s recommendations 
  • be completed by 1 June 2024 and 2025.

To inform the report, we invited submissions from people currently using or wanting to access aged care, their families, friends, carers, and advocates.

We also invited submissions from care providers, consumer groups, peak bodies, academics, unions and workforce representatives, government agencies, education providers, and anyone else with an interest in the aged care system.

We are currently preparing the 2024 report. We will provide it to the Minister for Aged Care before 1 June 2024. The minister will table it in parliament within 15 sitting days and we will publish it on our website. The 2024 report will build on the initial progress report prepared by the Interim Inspector-General in 2023.

2023 progress report on the implementation of royal commission recommendations

The Minister for Aged Care and Sport, the Hon Anika Wells MP, asked the interim Inspector-General to prepare a progress report on the implementation of the recommendations of the royal commission by 31 July 2023.

Due to the short timeframe, we limited submissions to an invited group of stakeholders representing the aged care sector. Future reports will involve a more comprehensive consultative process. 

The progress report is now available on the Department of Health and Aged Care's website.

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