(1) Residential care is personal care or nursing care, or both personal care and nursing care, that:
(a) is provided to a person in a residential facility in which the person is also provided with accommodation that includes:
(i) appropriate staffing to meet the nursing and personal care needs of the person; and
(ii) meals and cleaning services; and
(iii) furnishings, furniture and equipment for the provision of that care and accommodation; and
(b) meets any other requirements specified in the Subsidy Principles.
(2) However, residential care does not include any of the following:
(a) care provided to a person in the person's private home;
(b) care provided in a hospital or in a psychiatric facility;
(c) care provided in a facility that primarily provides care to people who are not frail and aged;
(d) care that is specified in the Subsidy Principles not to be residential care.