Australian researchers are working with health and aged care providers to trial a program to support and empower people with dementia and their carers, write Dr Kate Laver and Professor Lindy Clemson.
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Aged care providers, allied health professionals and researchers are gearing up to discuss the latest evidence and practice in wellness, reablement and restorative care at next week’s Active Ageing Conference.
CLOSING ON FRIDAY: Aged care providers and professionals are encouraged to submit presentations for the Active Ageing Conference 2017, exploring wellness, reablement and restorative care.
Pioneering providers, researchers and advisors will come together at AAA’s Active Ageing Conference next week to share the latest evidence and practice on wellness, reablement and restorative care in aged care.
In a reablement and restorative care environment, it is important staff understand the potential risks for individuals and the organisation and know in advance how to manage a situation if it arises.
Aged service providers, researchers and allied health professionals will come together to share lessons on embedding reablement and restorative approaches in the sector as part of the second Active Ageing Conference 2016 to be held next month.
While “co-production” has become a key term in aged care policy in recent times, many aged care providers still aren’t clear on what it means in practice. Now the lessons from a major trial will help to demonstrate.
As all community care providers are now required to adopt a wellness and reablement approach and the government’s expansion of restorative care kicks off mid-year, a few providers share their journeys so far.
A leading academic says restorative care approaches need to be extended into residential aged care, while one facility reports its reablement approach has supported three of its residents to return home.
As the aged care sector strives to meet its new requirements in wellness and reablement, leading providers, allied health professionals and experts in the field will come together at the Active Ageing Conference 2016 to hear the latest evidence and practice.
Are you innovating in wellness, restorative care and allied health in aged care? Submissions for the Active Ageing Conference close today.
Approved aged care providers won’t be the only ones who can deliver the government’s new restorative care packages, the recently released framework for the scheme shows.
As Australia celebrates Pastoral Care Week next week, aged and community care providers will come together for a special workshop exploring options for providing spiritual care within the context of the wellness approaches that now underpin community care.
The Department of Social Services has begun consultations with the sector on the government’s new Short-Term Restorative Care Programme, and will host three workshops and a webinar to brief stakeholders.