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Commonwealth Home Support Program

The  Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) is an entry level program for people aged 65 years and overproviding basic level care needs and support for people to stay living at home longer. 

ACH Group provides a range of services to maximise people’s independence by providing high quality basic home support services including domestic help, personal care, social experiences, allied health, respite and transport. 

Price list and eligibility

If you are eligible, you are expected to contribute to the cost if you can afford to. We will discuss fees with you before arranging services. For price list and eligibility, click here.

How to apply

To apply, you will be referred for assessment to the Regional Assessment Service (RAS) who may conduct a face to face assessment before recommending services under the Commonwealth Home Support Program.  ACH Group can help assist with lodging a referral for an assessment from My Aged Care on your behalf. 

We will request that a representative from My Aged Care contacts you to start the process.

My Aged Care will contact you to understand your needs and recommend services for you. This will include a phone screening and a face to face assessment, if required. 

If you would like ACH Group to provide your service(s), simply tell your assessor and they will contact us to arrange. Alternatively, ask for a referral code and call us back on 1300 22 44 77. 

We will contact you to determine when you would like your service(s) delivered. 

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3 days ago
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4 days ago
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The annual Commemorative Service to honour those who served in the Bomber Command during World War II was held last weekend.

World War II veteran Fred Brown, who lives at ACH Group's Kapara residential care home, served as an air gunner in the Royal Air Force. Fred is pictured with Governor of South Australia, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC at the Service.

You may remember that Fred has written an autobiography 'Get Fell In' about his extraordinary life in the RAF. Check out Fred's book here: www.amazon.com.au/Get-Fell-Gunners-Bomber-Command-ebook/dp/B08L41DDYH
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The annual Commemorative Service to honour those who served in the Bomber Command during World War II was held last weekend.

World War II veteran Fred Brown, who lives at ACH Groups Kapara residential care home, served as an air gunner in the Royal Air Force. Fred is pictured with Governor of South Australia, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC at the Service.

You may remember that Fred has written an autobiography Get Fell In about his extraordinary life in the RAF. Check out Freds book here: https://www.amazon.com.au/Get-Fell-Gunners-Bomber-Command-ebook/dp/B08L41DDYH

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So inspiring fred. Glad i gotta meet you 😍

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