Returning for its 2nd year, this now two day event is about providing a platform for discussion on the big changes happening across the sector, particularly in light of the Aged Care Royal Commission, and the implementation of new quality and safety standards.
It will explore what can and has been learnt from the Royal Commission to date and what must be done to improve care for older people in Australia – particularly in residential aged care. We believe it will be an important opportunity for a debrief after the initial findings come out, to take stock of how the industry is tracking with new standards implementation and to spend time discussing areas for improvement, challenges and next steps for reform.
The audience is made up of a diverse mix of representatives from state and federal government, local health districts, primary health networks, aged care facilities, aged care providers, council organizations nationwide, independent carers and many more in this new knowledge sharing environment.
Key topics to include:
- Implementing Change Based on Recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aged Care
- Behavioural Management and the use and misuse of Psychotropics in Aged Care Facilities
- How Governing Boarding are Adapting to the New Aged Care Standards
- Preventing Infectious Diseases entering your RACF
- Learning’s from COVID-19
- Implementing Telehealth and Telemedicine into our Services
- Addressing Dehumanisation
- Access to care in Aboriginal Communities
- Maintaining and Obtaining the Best Quality Staff
- Younger Onset Dementia
- Staff to Resident Ratios
- Reconnecting to the Community – Post-Care
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