Registering with My Aged Care

October 28, 2020

My Aged Care will ask you a series of questions regarding your personal details such as your name, date of birth, address, next of kin and also questions to determine the level of support you potentially need.

The following items are the things you’ll need with you for your call with My Aged Care.

Medicare card

You get a Medicare card when you’re enrolled in Medicare. My Aged Care will ask you for the number, your position on the card and expiry date.

View example of a Medicare card

Doctors referral

Have your doctor’s referral ready and know your GP’s details including name, address and phone number.

View example of a doctor referral

Income Tested Care Fee Form

Have your Income Tested Care Fee Form filled out and ready for your call?

View example of this form

Person Responsible Form

If a family member, partner or carer be involved in your care decisions, have this ready for your call.

View example of this form

Does someone have Power of Attorney or Enduring Power of Attorney for your affairs?
If yes, then they will need to be on the call with you when you register.

Let us help you get started today

Our help is absolutely free and we will guide you through everything you need to know about accessing government-funded home care.

Call us on 1300 20 90 20.

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