March 6 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

AUDIENCE: Tailored for Residential and community aged care services to embrace the opportunity to improve the lives of consumers and staff
PRESENTER: Donny Raets from Preventing Harm
LOCATION: Gympie – Venue to be Confirmed

This workshop will guide you to successfully support consumers to live the life they choose, to take risks and confidently meet your duty of care as a service provider and meet accreditation standards.

Workshop includes

  1. Aged Care Quality Standard 1: Consumer dignity and choice and how this links to Human Rights
  2. Choice – what it means and its benefits
  3. Dignity of risk and duty of care in practice
  4. Documenting choices – achieving legally defensible informed decision making
  5. Supported decision making for consumers with cognitive impairment and the role of nominated representatives
  6. Restricting choices – using the 3 ‘L’s to ensure legal requirements are met

 Take away practical strategies to

  •  Support consumer choice in real life scenarios
  • Document informed decision making and choices
  • Confidently meet your duty of care and achieve the best outcomes for consumers, your organisation and yourself

Please Note – morning tea is provided

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