Delivering person directed care for people living with dementia
Conference Date
30th & 31st May 2017
Location
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney
Early Bird - Save $400
Book by 10/03/17

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For an industry that has long been task-driven, the move to a competitive market in February of 2017 can seem like an overwhelming obstacle, particular for dementia specific care.
With over 353,800 Australians living with dementia, and that number only set to rise with a rapidly growing ageing population, it is crucial that aged care providers have the capacity to provide services. Aged care providers need a skilled workforce and a person centred organisational culture in order to provide specialised care and empower independent living for
people with dementia.

Furthermore, with the government investing over $34 million into research and innovation for dementia and aged care services, it is time for aged care providers to get ready.
Attend this conference to hear best practice from government agencies, not for profits and leading aged care providers across the sector.
Learn practical strategies to:

  • Draw best practice from evidence based research and clinical guidelines
  • Transform organisational culture to support people with dementia
  • Embed person centred practices for dementia into an organisational strategy
  • Improve staff capacity for dementia specific care
  • Enable independent living for people with dementia
  • Mitigate risk while empowering choice for people living with dementia

Who will attend?

Senior management from Residential Aged Care (RACs), Home and Community Care (HACCs), Home Support and Dementia Advocacy

Organisations with responsibilities for:

  • Dementia Strategy
  • Lifestyle & Quality
  • Operations & Service Delivery
  • Clinical Care & Nursing

Attend to learn:

  • Develop an organisational dementia strategy
  • Engage & support staff for best practice dementia care
  • Improve quality of life for people living with dementia