Home & Community Care (HACC)

The Home and Community Care (HACC) program is funded by the Department of Health and provides basic and essential support services to assist people with a disability, older people and their carers to live independently in their homes in metropolitan and regional areas.

Eligibility

You may be eligible for HACC if you:

  • are older and frail and having difficulty with everyday tasks
  • have a disability
  • are the carer of a frail older person or someone with a disability

Costs

TADWA is partially funded by HACC and for eligible clients the cost of some of our services may be subsidised.

TADWA and HACC

TADWA is funded by HACC to deliver basic and essential services for:

  • Provision of Goods and Equipment
  • Home Modifications

Further Information

For more information about HACC, visit the the Department of Health website.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is HACC?

The Home and Community Care (HACC) program provides funding to people of all ages with a disability and their carers to assist them to continue living independently at home.

Who is eligible for HACC?

You may be eligible for HACC if you:

  • are older and frail and having difficulty with everyday tasks
  • have a disability
  • are the carer of a frail older person or someone with a disability

To check your eligibility, contact the Regional Assessment Service (RAS) on 1300 785 415.

I am not eligible for HACC, can I still receive services from TADWA?

Of course! TADWA provides services to all people with disabilities, older people and carers.

Talk to us about alternative funding options. Grants and donations may be available to you.

Where can I find more information about HACC?

For more information visit the HACC website or call the Regional Assessment Service (RAS) on 1300 785 415.