NESST Newsflash 25 January 2018

In this issue:

  • Family and Community Services: Service news Bulletin – Consultation on providing residents of supported group accommodation with
    resident rights
  • The Department of Health: Specialist Dementia Care Units – consultation closing soon
  • NDS News Update: NSW Government begins consultation on rights of people in group accommodation
  • NDS Events and Training:
    • NDS NSW Conference 2018
    • Business Excellence Webinars
    • Effective Employer Engagement Workshops
    • Leading the NDIS Transformation
    • Unleashing Organisational Potential: Workforce Innovation
    • Disability at Work 2018: Call for papers
    • Workforce Essentials e-Learning Library
    • Managing Change and Communication
  • The Department of Health: Webinar: updates on My Aged Care operations and Quality Reform – 14 February
  • Good SPACE is holding ASIST two-day workshops in Tamworth and Armidale – flyers attached.
  • Community Care Review:
    • Top tips for using simple assistive aids in the home
    • Government launches frailty resource for seniors
    • One-stop shop’ for online mental health resources launched
    • New consumer guide for accessing the NDIS
    • Global Conference on Integrated Care (GCIC) 2018
    • CHC43015 – Certificate IV in Ageing Support run by Holy Family Services RTO (91448)
    • LASA Tri-State Conference 2018
    • 5th National Elder Abuse Conference – ‘Together Making Change
    • COTA & ACSA Quality in Aged Care Conference
    • LASA Qld State Conference 2018
    • LASA NSW State Conference 2018
  • NDS Events and Training:
    • NDS NSW Conference 2018
    • Business Excellence Webinars
    • Leading the NDIS Transformation
    • Unleashing Organisational Potential: Workforce Innovation
    • Effective Employer Engagement Workshops
    • Disability at Work 2018: Call for papers
    • Workforce Essentials e-Learning Library
    • Understanding Abuse e-Learning Program

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