External Guidelines

Comprehensive and evidenced based guidelines for community care.  Full copies available for members only.

Guidelines Development & Review

Care and Service Provision in the Community

Medication Management in the Community

Administration of Oral Medications in Community Care for Support Workers

Administration of Non Oral and Non Injectable Medication in the Community

Provision of Bowel Care for Support Workers

Driving a Clients Vehicle whilst Delivering Care and Service Provision

Driving a Private Support Worker Vehicle for Transporting Clients

National Police Checks

Use of ACIS Logo.

Subcutaneous Injections in the Community for Support Workers.

Use of ACIA Logo

Communication between Providers and Allied Health Professionals

Catheter Care by Support Workers in the Community.

Skin Care by Support Workers in the Community

Bariatric Care by Support Workers in the Community.

Balancing Duty of Care and Dignity of Risk

Discontinuation of Care and Service Provision.

Responding to Adverse Events.

Complaint Handling

Statement on Quality of Care and Service Delivery

Support Worker Training Requirements.

Protection of Client Belongoings, Money and Property.

Procedure for ACIS Certification Transfer.

Management of Serious Adverse Events or Reportable Events.

Management of Behaviours of Concern in  the Community.

Clinical Governance in the Community.

Enteral Feeding in the Community.

Professional Boundaries for Care and Service Provision in the Community.

Supporting Persons with Dysphagia at Mealtimes in the Community.

Infection Control in the Community.

Emergency Planning for Major Events in the Community.

Palliative Care in the Community.

Falls Management in the Community.

Clinical Deterioration in the Community.

Role of the Registered Nurse in the Community

Advocacy, Diversity and Choice in the Community.

Wound Management in the Community.

Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Community.

Psychotropic Medication Management in the Community.

Case Management in the Community.

Clostridium Difficile in the Community

Mobility and Re-Enablement in the Community.

Diabetic Management in the Community.

Cytotoxic Medication Management in the Community.