NESST Newsflash 16 October 2019

In this issue:

  • NESST’s Upcoming Training
    • Tamworth Transport Forum
    • Community Basics and Orientation Training
  • ACSA Weekly Issue No.137
    • That’s a wrap of the 32nd annual ACSA National Summit!
    • ACSA’s National Awards recognise some of the best providers and individuals in aged care
    • “We need to rebuild the confidence of the community” – Minister Richard Colbeck
    • Update on Royal Commission Melbourne hearing
    • Scenarios involving physical and/or chemical restraint
    • NARI commissioned to examine quality of care in residential aged care facilities
    • Scholarship for the Diploma of Dementia Care
    • Humans of Aged Care – Bernadette Nash
    • See Me Know Me translations empower culturally diverse seniors to select providers
    • Residential Aged Care Funding Explained
    • Leadership, Quality & Transformation – ACSA’s symposium about stepping forward
    • We want to share your stories
    • Media Releases
    • ACSA’s Upcoming Events, Training and Professional Development programs
    • Other Events
    • Publications, reports, grants and resources
  • ACSA Member Update 11 October 2019
    • New report on how Australian residential aged care staffing levels compare with national and international benchmarks
    • **AMENDED** New report on how Australian residential aged care staffing levels compare with national and international benchmarks
  • ACSA Royal Commission Update 14 October 2019
    • Royal Commission Update – 28th Edition
    • Member Update – new report on how Australian residential aged care staffing levels compare
    • Royal Commission Update – Breaking News
  • Disability Services Consulting
    • Open for applications – Boosting the Local Care Workforce Program Transition Assistance Funding Round 2
    • Closing soon – Economic and Community Participation (ECP) Grant Round 2019-2020
    • Closing soon – Mainstream Capacity Building (MCB) Grant Round 2019-2020

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