2020 will be a year of significant change for the Australian aged care sector. These changes will directly impact the organisations, staff, families and individuals receiving and giving care.
This November, the Centre For Healthcare, Knowledge & Innovation will host Transformers IV: Aged Care Beyond 2020.
Where: Bonville Golf Resort, North Bonville Road, Bonville
When: Thursday 21 & Friday 22 November 2019
This is your chance to unpack the interim report from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety and learn what ongoing reform means for your organisation. Strategise with experts and industry leaders and gain practical and pro-active insights from the transformers that are driving quality improvement beyond compliance.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL – ATTEND BOTH DAYS for $75!
Hurry. Early bird prices end 31 October 2019.
Like to know more information? Contact Bronwyn Thirkell on 0437 027 751 or
DAY ONE: The Changing Face of Aged Care: a Foundation for Moving Forward
To meet the demands of the larger and healthier demographic of the older aged population, the systems we have in place must adapt. Consumer rights have been revised, placing the emphasis on consumer engagement, wellness and reablement and services that recognise the inherent value of culture, identity and diversity. Come along and unpack the changing face of aged care and the opportunities to innovate in times of reform.
- The changing demographics and dynamics of aged care
- Understanding our region
- Unpacking the progress of the Royal Commission and the Interim Report (Panel)
- Quality indicators and quality standards case studies (workshop)
- Dignity of risk
- Driving a consumer-focused culture of transformers (workshop)
DAY TWO: Moving to a future of integrated and innovative aged care
Adopting a multidisciplinary approach requires us to build on and accelerate the work done to date and make a fundamental shift from the status quo of individual services being delivered by discrete providers to a team-based ‘working together’ approach. Come along and explore what an integrated and regional approach to aged care might look like.
- The path to integrated care for older people
- Enablers of integrated care
- Integrated care examples (showcase)
- Co-designing aged care
- Designing a regional framework for integrated aged care