The My Aged Care website is looking for feedback before launching updates.
The My Aged Care website is looking for feedback before launching updates. LPETTET

Register to test new My Aged Care website before it launches

The Australian Government's My Aged Care website has been undergoing a redevelopment this year, and requires public help in testing before it launches.

The site is looking for older people and family members involved in their care to spend 15 to 20 minutes online, exploring the new website and then sharing their experience, feedback and insights about it through an online survey.

This is a unique opportunity to influence the My Aged Care website and help make it easier for people to get the answers they need about access to aged care services.

As with all our projects, The Plug-in has a range of selection criteria for participants. To be eligible for this particular project, you will need to be:

. Aged 65 or over


. Aged under 65 and involved in exploring or arranging aged care services for a family member or friend

. Available to complete the testing and feedback process online prior to 21 June.

The My Aged Care team would like to hear from a variety of people who are either just starting the process to look at accessing aged care services through to those people who are already receiving services.

The testing process will require people to explore the new website and answer an online survey to provide feedback.

If you are someone who might use a website to get information for yourself or someone you care for, follow this link and give feedback on what you think.

Now is the perfect time to share your valuable opinions and have an influence on how people access information related to aged care services in the future.

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