Home Haemodialysis Rebate

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Updated June 2016

What is it?

The Home Haemodialysis Rebate assists eligible patients accessing home haemodialysis with their water costs, up to $1,200 per annum or $3.29 per day.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for the Home Haemodialysis rebate an applicant must provide:

  • Evidence that he/she is the registered owner or joint owner of the property or that the person receiving treatment resides permanently with the applicant; and
  • A letter from a medical practitioner/professional confirming that:
    • the applicant is receiving treatment from a home dialysis machine, or
    • the applicant is the guardian/parent/carer of a person receiving treatment from a home dialysis machine.

People eligible for the Home Haemodialysis rebate are automatically eligible for the Life Support Rebate.

How do I apply?

Contact your energy provider. Contact details including links to relevant forms are provided below.
Registered Providers of Energy (gas and electricity) under the energy concession scheme are:

  • ActewAGL Retail
  • Origin
  • EnergyAustralia

Who runs it?

ACT Revenue Office
Contact details for energy providers

1. ActewAGL Retail Ph: 13 14 93
Web: ActewAGL Website

2. Origin Ph: 13 24 61
Web: Origin Website

3. EnergyAustralia Ph: 13 34 66
Web: EnergyAustralia Website