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Aged Care Week

When:
June 18, 2019 – June 20, 2019 all-day
2019-06-18T00:00:00+10:00
2019-06-21T00:00:00+10:00
Where:
Pullman Melbourne on the Park

Akolade’s Aged Care Week is designed to help those working in residential aged care & community home care, retirement villages, not for profits and government professionals cope with the ongoing reforms and changing sector landscape.

We are dedicated to providing senior management with a unique platform to share stories of success, challenges, lessons learned and best practices with your peers. Our research and content will give you the actionable takeaways that you need to remain financially sustainable and ultimately offer the highest quality of customer care.

This years Aged Care Week consists of:

Aged Care Tech Forum (brochure download)

Aged Care Workforce Forum (brochure download)

Aged Care CX Forum (brochure download)

Attend our Aged Care Week and learn how to:

  • Examine the impact of the Royal Commission on aged care providers
  • Translate your customer-centric view into operational processes
  • Develop partnerships and collaborations to manage gaps in workforce
  • Improve productivity and quality of care in the aged care workforce
  • Explore the benefits of consumer centred technology to optimise care delivery
  • Align your IT strategy with your organisational goals

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2 Responses to Aged Care Week

  1. Rosemary Blayney June 1, 2019 at 7:27 pm #

    As a resident of an aged care unit I have read the current standards expected and they are to be recommended for all facilitities,however we do need to aim for excellence but cannot expect perfection. The staff in this unit mostly are dedicated and efficient carers ,they’d are not all perfect but it would be nice if we had a band of angels,although some come close ,but our carers are often not able to cope sufficiently with the workload they have because of shortages of staff and I am concerned we will loose good carers When problems arise,and of course they will, let them be addressed appropriately . Please ask for more funding

  2. susan June 7, 2019 at 10:10 am #

    I partially agree with what Rosemary has said…but i am not sure that more funding is the whole answer.
    Exploration of ways of supporting people and thinking differently to the current models used needs to be encouraged. There are plenty to see world wide and from a standards point of view it seems that this is what is being asked.

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