ACAA strives to provide first class services and products to ACAA members. As part of our attempts to ensure the delivery of quality services and products we are always looking for opportunities to enter commercial or sponshorship relationships with companies or oganisations that supply services or products to the aged care sector.

The usual arrangements are a direct sponsorship of the association with various opportunities for the sponsor to highlight their product or service to members. Alternatively, arrangements are sometimes made for a joint venture activity or commission based on the amount of business sold.

In any event ACAA is keen to ensure that such arrangements assist members to improve their bottom line and reduce costs.

Naturally any relationship of this nature must contain tangible benefits for both parties. ACAA is aware that these arrangements must be flexible and structured in such a way that benefit is seen to be achieved for each party. ACAA is therefore keen to discuss with suppliers any suggestions that a supplier may have regarding the development of a longterm mutually beneficial relationship.

Rod Young
Chief Executive Officer
T: 02 – 6285 2165

Current Sponsors (click on the links below to find more details about each of our sponsors)

Australian Seniors Finance



AgeWell RoadShow


The introduction of the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) on 20th March 2008 represented one of the biggest changes in residential aged care since the passing of the Aged Care Act in 1997. Many person hours of effort from the Government and from industry representatives and stakeholders has gone into the design of ACFI and making its introduction as smooth as possible.

The information presented through the links below has been developed by ACAA and ACSA. It is intended to complement that produced by the Department of Health and Ageing and a link to their web site may also be found below. Presenting issues, questions and other material from an industry perspective will aid understanding of the ACFI and assist in collecting information to support any changes which may be required as implementation proceeds.

Feedback on this site and the information contained within it is welcome and should be directed to or through your State Association.

Contact Us

Aged Care Association Australia (ACAA)
Level 1
32 Napier Close
Deakin ACT 2600

PO Box 335
Curtin ACT 2605

T: 02 6285 2214 or 08-9409 7098
F: 02 6281 5223