(1) The Secretary may make publicly available the following information about an * aged care service:
(a) the name, address and telephone number of the service;
(b) the number of * places (if any) included in the service;
(ba) if the service is a home care service--the number of care recipients provided with care through the service;
(c) the location of the service and its proximity to community facilities, for example, public transport, shops, libraries and community centres;
(d) the services provided by the service;
(e) the fees and charges connected with the service, including * accommodation payments, * accommodation contributions, * accommodation bonds and * accommodation charges;
(f) the facilities and activities available to care recipients receiving care through the service;
(g) the name of the approved provider of the service and the names of directors, or members of the committee of management, of the approved provider;
(h) the amounts of funding received by the service under this Act or the Aged Care (Transitional Provisions) Act 1997 ;
(i) information about the variety and type of service provided by approved providers;
(j) any action taken, or intended to be taken, under this Act to protect the welfare of care recipients at a particular service, and the reasons for that action;
(k) information about the service's status under this Act (for example, the service's accreditation record);
(l) information about the approved provider's performance in relation to responsibilities and standards under this Act;
(m) any other information of a kind specified in the Information Principles for the purposes of this section.
Note: The Information Principles are made by the Minister under section 96-1.
(2) Information disclosed under subsection (1) must not include * personal information about a person (other than the information referred to in paragraph (1)(g)).