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Clinical Care and Implementing Quality - Home Care Seminar

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Portside Conference Centre Sydney

207 Kent Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Clinical Care and Quality in Home Care- The training and seminar you have been waiting for!

The new Quality Aged Care Standards are expected to commence from July 2018. There are eight new standards including a strong focus on clinical care. You will hear from respected industry experts who have 'hands on' experience in care provision !

To maintain quality standards and to protect your organisation, it is imperative to implement a sound clinical governance framework and a focus on consumer involvement.

This MUST ATTEND event has been designed to provide organisations with tools needed to design and implement the new standards and MINIMISE duplication. Lorraine and her team have produced a standards 'mapping' document that will provide a base for providers to match current standards to the new standards. This will include the Home Care & Disability Standards, ACIS, ACHS- EQuIP, NSQHS and Residential Aged Care standards. This is your chance to plan for the changes and obtain 'tips' for implementation.

There will be presentations about how to ensure staff work within their scope of practice and consider the consumer throughout the continuum of care.

A gap analysis document will be provided to assist in preparing for the changes.

Lorraine Poulos, a Registered Nurse and Fellow of the Case Management Society of Australia will provide you with guidance and advice on how to meet legislative requirements. She will discuss changes in the industry and how this may impact on your organisation. Lorraine will assist attendees to assess their current model and implement the necessary changes.

Nurse Practitioner Catherine Brown will be available to answer questions on staffing models and how providers can ensure their clinical risks are managed.

Dr Andrew Fleming will provide an overview of the role of health practitioners and how multi- disciplinary teams assist in care provision

Elizabeth Pringle will discuss how providers need to consider the consumer in their practice and documentation


Lorraine has worked closely with government and the aged care sector for over 20 years and will provide valuable insights to the day.


Tools will be provided to assist participants covering:

•What are the most important changes to be aware of?

• How can providers map current policies, practices and systems to the new standards?

• What needs to be done to have greater consumer involvement?

• How to combine different service streams to meet the standards?

• Cost-effective ways of implementing the new standards

• Clinical care information


Target Audience: All staff working in Aged Care Home Care including Managers, Educators, Quality Officers and Case Managers/Co-ordinators. This seminar will assist New Providers, NDIS and CHSP providers who are looking to provide higher levels of care in the home.

Each attendee will receive a USB with extensive resources to use in their work and a copy of the booklet 'Providing Basic Clinical Care in the Home'

What others have said about our training and seminars...


“One of the best seminars I have attended. Very well organised, great materials presented and very practical.” Rina - Salvation Army

The workshop was excellent. All presenters gave relevant information and feedback in easily understood terms” Karen - SBCare

Our team loved the interactive format that LPA uses in their seminars - I really enjoyed the seminar! it was informative and the range of participants made for informative and interesting discussion with a broad perspective of views” Sydney attendee


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Portside Conference Centre Sydney

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Sydney, NSW 2000

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