Interested members of the public and institutions are invited to make submissions to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety via the Commission’s website.
The Commission’s website contains guidance on how to make a submission.
A 1800 number is also available for people who may not want to make a written submission, but who have information about their experience or knowledge of aged care that they wish to share with the Commission.
The Commission can also accept submissions by mail.
The Commission will accept submissions until at least the middle of 2019. A date for the closing of submissions will be announced in the second half of next year.
The Royal Commission will hold its preliminary hearing in Adelaide at 10am on Friday, 18 January with hearings commencing in February in Adelaide.
How to make a submission:
- via the website submissions form on the Submissions page
- by mail: Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, GPO Box 1151, Adelaide SA 5001
- by talking to someone on our information helpline: 1800 960 711
Background information on the website
For the benefit of those who want to make a submission there is a wealth of reports, statistical data and evaluations of programs relating to aged care available on the Commission’s website.
The Commission’s Terms of Reference are also available to view on the website.