Home Care Fees
Our mission is to provide quality home care at reasonable fees.
There are four levels of home care available to cater for low and high level care needs. After completing an ACAT assessment you will most likely be eligible for one of these home care packages. We will help you understand how much the government subsidises and what your home care fees will be.
After your package is approved and you have selected your home care provider, we will manage your package on your behalf and provide complete transparency on all home care fees and charges.
How much does a home care package cost?
There are four levels of home care depending on whether you have high or low care needs, Level 1 is the lowest care up to Level 4 which is the highest care, each receives a government subsidy as listed below:
- Home Care Level 1 - 2-3 hours per week. Approx. $8000 per annum.
- Home Care Level 2 - 3-5 hours per week. Approx. $15,000 per annum.
- Home Care Level 3 - 6-9 hours per week. Approx. $30,000 per annum.
- Home Care Level 4 - 10-14 hours per week. Approx. $50,000 per annum.
Home care fees to be aware of:
- Basic Daily Fee – this is a maximum of 17.5% of the basic age pension, or $10.10 per day.
- The Income-Tested Care Fee – if you have other sources of income these will be taken into account and there may be an additional fee to pay.
- Home Care Provider Fees – these can be between 18% and 45%. At Home Nursing Solutions, our home care fees are a flat rate of 15%.
- Exit fees - some providers charge exit fees. We do not charge exit fees. If you do not like our service and want to move, then we apologise for not doing a good job and please move on with no cost to you.
Call us on (08) 8331 3791 to discuss your personal situation. We are here to deliver home care at fees you can afford without compromise to the quality of care you receive.
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