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Provides assessment for older and younger disabled people in need of nursing home or hostel care; assistance, information and advice to clients to assist them make informed decisions about service available. Help clients and their carers obtain care and support services; visits clients in their own homes. Serves Central West.

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ACAT is the Government body which approves people for residential aged care, either permanent or respite, and for care packages eg CACPS and EACH.

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Assists frail and disabled people to remain in the community with support or to access accommodation suitable to their needs. CACP's and EACH packages. Consists of multi-disciplinary team of Case Managers as well as an Intake Officer and Aboriginal Liaison Officer. Telephone referral directly to Intake Office by client of family and health professionals. Team able to assess clients in own home or hospital based setting. Emphasis given to client's individuality and right of choices of residential care facilities based on outcome of assessment by ACAT. Advocacy: Empower and educate client as to their rights regarding residential care and community care and respect their wishes except in a situation where client is unable to make informed decision. Respite Care: After an ACAT assessment, assistance can be given to book respite care although usually client or carer/relative arrange this when required.

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Assessment for eligibility to enter aged care facility - high care or low care. Assessment for respite care (residential) also for CACP's and EACH packages.

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The Aged Care Assessment Team provides assessment for eligibility for entry into Residential facilities[High Care or Low Care] both permanent and respite and for Community Packages ie.(CACPs), EACH, EACH Dementia, Flexible Care pacakages i.e. transition care package. Service comes to clients home. Client has to be medically stable, copetent to make decision about future and willing to accept a place in care [residential, respite or accept a community based package] Referral, Local Medical Officer; self; carer; family or hospital

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The Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) is a multi-disciplinary team whose primary role is assessment of the frail aged. ACAT can assess high and low level care for residential aged care facilities, residential respite, Community Aged Care Packages (CACPs) and Extended Aged Care at Home (EACH) packages. The assessment can take place in their home or hospital. ACAT can also provide information and assistance for people to access a range of care options.

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Undertake assessments for eligibility to enter aged care residential facilities. Assessments for respite care (residential) and Community Aged Care Packages (CACP's). Referrals and information about community care services.

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The Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) is a multi-disciplinary team whose primary role is assessment of the frail aged. ACAT can assess high and low level care for residential aged care facilities, residential respite, Community Aged Care Packages (CACPs) and Extended Aged Care at Home (EACH) packages. The assessment can take place in their home or hospital. ACAT can also provide information and assistance for people to access a range of care options.

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Provide information, advice and assistance to people having difficulty managing at home. Multidisciplinary team and home visiting service assessing people aged over 70 and some younger people with disabilities who want to access Commonwealth funded residential care, residential respite care, community aged care packages or EACH packages. ACAT assessment needed for CACPs, EACH, EACH Dementia and flexible care programs (Transition Care).

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Ipswich, West Moreton and Sth Burnett Health Districts. Assessment of aged and veterans for residential respite, CACPS and EACH packages or permanent placement . Also provide referral to community services. Sub-Teams Kingaroy - (07) 3817 2301, 1800 607 030

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Sub-Teams Atherton - (07) 4091 0211 Babinda - (07) 4067 8200 Mareeba- (07) 4092 9333 Mossman- (07) 4084 1200 Innisfail - (07) 4061 5401 Tully - (07) 4068 4144

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Sub Team - Redcliffe (07) 3897 6300 The Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) is a multi-disciplinary team whose primary role is assessment of the frail aged. ACAT can assess high and low level care for residential aged care facilities, residential respite, Community Aged Care Packages (CACPs) and Extended Aged Care at Home (EACH) packages. The assessment can take place in their home or hospital. ACAT can also provide information and assistance for people to access a range of care options.

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