Wednesday 22 February

12.30pm to 2.30pm SA | 1pm to 3pm VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS | 11.30am to 1.30pm NT | 12pm to 2pm QLD | 10.00am to 12pm WA

AUDIENCE:

Managers, Coordinators, CEO’s, Executives and anyone interested in CHSP reforms 

PRESENTER: Glen Sorensen founder of Age Communications
LOCATION: Online – Zoom

This two-hour session covers two topics.  The 2022/2023 CHSP Manual contains some large and small changes to the program.  The first hour of the session covers all the changes including the big-ticket items affecting CHSP providers, changes to sub-program and service type arrangements and eligibility as well as minor adjustments and clarifications to information in the manual. 

The second hour focuses on the recently introduced Specialisation Verification Framework.  It covers the rationale and structure for the Framework, the key action areas, the application process and the evidence requirements to be met for each of the nine potential areas of specialisation. 

About the presenter
Glen Sorensen founded Age Communications in 1988 after 10 years in the community services industry as a service provider, academic and government officer. Since then, Glen has worked with all levels of government across Australia, large and small non-government agencies and the private sector. He has worked extensively in the aged care sector as a consultant, researcher, resource developer, facilitator and trainer.

Glen is the author of When I’m 64 and Options for the Ageing: the complete guide to support and care of older people. He is the writer and presenter for the Walk the Person-Centred Talk DVD resource on engaging consumers in person centred approaches. He is accredited in the MASK-ED ™ (KRS Simulation) technique, a high-fidelity simulation experience where the educator uses silicone props to bring the client into the training room. He is a specialist in the areas of wellness and time–limited reablement.

To register online, please click the Eventbrite link below (charges apply) or download the PDF document, and email to enquiry@acia.asn.au.