(1) The Subsidy Principles may specify kinds of care for which * flexible care subsidy may be payable.
(2) Kinds of care may be specified by reference to one or more of the following:
(a) the nature of the care;
(b) the circumstances in which the care is provided;
(c) the nature of the locations in which it is provided;
(d) the groups of people to whom it is provided;
(e) the period during which the care is provided;
(f) any other matter.
Note: Examples of the kinds of care that might be specified are:
(a) care for * people with special needs;
(b) care provided in small, rural or remote communities;
(c) care provided through a pilot program for alternative means of providing care;
(d) care provided as part of co-ordinated service and accommodation arrangements directed at meeting several health and community service needs.