Tasmanian Home and Community Care (HACC) Program

The Tasmanian HACC Program funds a range of basic core support services targeted at younger people who live in the Tasmanian community and whose capacity for independent living is at risk due to an acute health event, moderate or mild functional impairment or deterioration of an ongoing condition.  ‘Younger persons’ are people aged less than 65 years and Aboriginal people aged less than 50 years.

Tasmanian HACC services provide essential support for people to continue to seek the right care, at the right time in the right place. HACC services aims to help people who may otherwise find themselves needing to access and use health service providers prematurely.

Services include nursing, allied health, domestic assistance, social support and personal care, home modifications, day Centres, meals and transport. Access is through direct referral or the Tasmanian Community Care Referral Service.

Tasmanian Community Care Referral Service

Referrals for Tasmanian HACC services are made through Tasmanian Community Care Referral Service

To see if you are eligible contact Tasmanian Community Care Referral Service.

Phone: 1300 769 699 Fax: 1300 721 611

Email: tasccrservice@rdns.com.au

Aged Care Services

The Australian Government is responsible for the provision of aged care services, including home and community care, for people aged 65 years and over and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 years and over. For Further information please go to the Australian Government's My Aged Care website or call 1800 200 422 to find our more information.


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