In this issue:

  • ACSA Member Update 6 March 2019
    • Care opinion a toll for engaging with consumers
  • Community Care Review
    • Home care providers roasted in new report
    • Booby trapped obstacle course prevents Parkinson’s falls
    • Community initiatives up for international  awards
    • Royal commission gives pause to reflect on reform
    • Workshops and Conferences
  • Royal Commission Update
    • Week 4 – The Commissioners hear real stories
    • The key issues
    • A crowd of strangers supports each other  – with applause
    • The Commissioners have been visiting aged care homes
  • ACSA Weekly Issue No.104 | 7 March 2019
    • Transparency and Funding
    • Commonwealth Government commission evaluation of Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Services and Dementia Training Australia
    • Turning back the clock on a tired maternity ward to create a bright, modern home
    • Coroners Court of Victoria calls on aged care providers to review use of ceiling hoists
    • Aged Care Approvals Round (ACAR) results announced
    • My Health Record for aged care webinar – Tuesday 12 March
    • Royal Commission update
    • Working together to improve end of life care for Australians
    • Caring Safely for Australians at Home webinar – Thursday 28 March
    • ACSA 2019 Finance & Aged Care Sector Symposium series
    • ACSA Regional Workforce Forums
    • Media Releases
    • Other events
    • Publications, reports, grants and resources
  • ACSA Member Update – Employee Relations
    • Third party employer liability in the workplace
    • Warning to employers – ensure your workplace investigations and disciplinary processes are procedurally fair and comply with the Fair Work Act 2009
    • Mental health in the workplace
    • Four yearly modern award reviews – Aged Care and Social Community Care and Disability Services
    • Assisting menopausal employees in the workplace
    • Contact Employee Relations Team
  • Australian Charity Guide: NFP State of the Nation Seminar Roadshow
  • NCOSS and Social Ventures Australia Present: How to Harness the Power of Client Experience
  • National Family Violence Website
  • Multicultural NSW’s Interpreter Scholarship Program

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Published On: 27 March, 2019By