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AGED CARE ACT 1997 - SECT 27.4

Reappraisal at initiative of approved provider

             (1)  A reappraisal of the level of care needed by a care recipient may be made at the initiative of an approved provider in accordance with this section.

Reappraisal after first year of effect of classification or renewal

             (2)  A reappraisal of the level of care needed by a care recipient may be made if:

                     (a)  the classification of the care recipient has been in effect for more than 12 months; or

                     (b)  if the classification of the care recipient has been renewed--the most recent renewal of the classification has been in effect for more than 12 months.

Reappraisal if needs of care recipient have changed significantly

             (3)  A reappraisal of the level of care needed by a care recipient may be made if the care needs of the care recipient change significantly.

             (4)  The Classification Principles may specify the circumstances in which the care needs of a care recipient are taken to change significantly.

Reappraisal if care recipient enters another aged care service

             (5)  If a care recipient * enters an * aged care service (the later service ) that is a residential care service or a flexible care service within 28 days after another residential care service or flexible care service ceased to provide residential care or flexible care to the care recipient (other than because the care recipient was on * leave), a reappraisal of the level of care needed by the care recipient may be made during the period:

                     (a)  beginning 7 days after the day on which the care recipient entered the later service; and

                     (b)  ending 2 months after the day on which the care recipient entered the later service.

Reappraisal if care recipient classified at lowest applicable classification level

             (6)  A reappraisal of the level of care needed by a care recipient may be made if the care recipient is classified at the * lowest applicable classification level.

             (7)  Subsections (2), (3) and (6) do not apply if the care recipient is classified at the * lowest applicable classification level because of the operation of subsection 25-1(4).



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