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ACCPA Membership Renewal

I would like to thank you for your continued support as an ACCPA member and invite you to renew your membership with us for the 2024-25 financial year.  

The past year will be remembered as a time of profound reform in Australian aged care. Despite the challenges that come with significant change, I also see immense opportunities ahead.  

Tom Symondson

Our focus remains clear: advocating for our sector, supporting our members and serving older Australians with pride. 

It is by working closely with members, and across our strong networks at parliaments across the nation, that we can continue to build a sustainable and caring sector.  

In the past year, we have worked tirelessly to ensure your voice is influential in shaping evidence-based policies, championing sector sustainability and reform, while continuing to raise the profile of the Australian aged care sector. Your participation in our consultations and workshops has helped to shape our advocacy, ensuring we are supporting the needs and aspirations of the sector. 

Looking ahead, the Aged Care Taskforce’s Final Report offers an ambitious blueprint for the future of aged care in Australia. We’re ready to make it happen, with your support. We are stronger together. 

We understand that advocacy is a critical member benefit – but it is one that we deliver alongside a range of products and services to support you, your teams, and the older Australians you serve. Please take a moment to review the ACCPA member guide to ensure that you are maximising all of your ACCPA membership benefits.  

Below you will find information regarding your membership renewal, including details about the Membership Estimator.

Thank you for your continued support and ongoing commitment to ACCPA and the aged care sector.  

Together, we can continue to champion positive change and uphold the highest standards of care for older Australians. ”

A message from Tom Symondson, Chief Executive Officer


Tom Symondson, Chief Executive Officer

ACCPA member support infographic 2023-24

(31 March 2023 to 31 March 2024)

Membership renewal frequently asked questions

Our focus remains clear on advocating for our members, championing the rights of aged care workers, and serving older Australians with dedication. We will continue to represent you at all levels of government, ensuring your concerns are heard and valued in policy decisions.  

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ACCPA membership fees are determined using a revenue-based fee model. For the FY2024-25 period, your membership fee is calculated using the same methodologies and formulas applied in the previous financial year. This approach ensures fairness for all members.

Membership fees for FY2024-25 are calculated based on your audited FY2022-23 aged care revenue, which is submitted to us using the online membership estimator.

Please note that the minimum ACCPA membership fee is $1,950 (excluding GST), while the maximum fee is $104,000 (excluding GST).

By completing our improved and simplified online Membership Estimator below, with your audited FY2022-23 aged care revenue.

Once the Membership Estimator has been completed and submitted via the online form, our Membership Administration Team will generate your 2024-25 membership invoice and email the invoice to the person who completed the form (either Nominated Voting Representative or key Account contact).

We offer a five per cent discount on your 2024-25 membership fee for renewal payments received in full before 30 June 2024. The discounted amount will be listed in the description section of your membership renewal invoice.

Your ACCPA membership is based on the financial year, and membership fees become due by 1 July each year. Members who pay their membership renewal in full by 30 June 2024 are entitled to a five per cent settlement discount on their membership fee as noted in the description section of your membership invoice.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is ACCPA’s preference, although we also accept phone payments made by either Visa and Mastercard.

Renew your membership

To renew your ACCPA membership, the first thing you need to do is to complete the 2024-25 Membership Estimator below, which has been simplified for your ease and convenience.

Please use your audited 2022-23 financial year aged care revenue when completing the form. Before starting, please review the questions below and have the information to hand.

Once completed, you will have the ability to save a PDF download of a membership estimate for your records. We encourage you to do this before submitting the estimate to the Membership Administration Team via the submit button.

Once we receive your completed Membership Estimator your ACCPA membership renewal invoice will be generated and sent to you as the Nominated Voting Representative, and your nominated Accounting contact (if available) via email.

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Liz Behjat

Liz Behjat

State Manager WA and Interim State Manager SA/NT

Danielle Campbell-Manley

Danielle Campbell-Manley

State Manager VIC and Interim State Manager TAS

Anne King

State Manager

Ian Poalses

Ian Poalses

State Manager

State Man MP

Mark Prosser

Director of Retirement Living and Seniors Housing

State Man DD

Derek Dittrich

Director of Strategy and Representation

ACCPA Executive Leadership team

ACCPA's Executive Leadership Team (ELT)

Pictured from left to right:

Roald Versteeg – General Manager Policy and Advocacy,
Belinda Allen – General Manager Services and Sector Capacity,
Tom Symondson – Chief Executive Officer,
Abderazzaq Noor – General Manager Marketing and Communications,
Geraldine Ellis-Maguire – General Manager Member Relations.

More information about each of our ELT members can be found on the Our Team webpage.