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Presented by Rosalie Donhardt, RN, Continence Advisor from SA Continence Resource Centre and Agnieszka Chudecka, Manager, Multicultural Learning and Development (MLD), at Multicultural Aged Care (MAC).
Covers: Living with Incontinence; What help is available? Where to from now? – display and practical demonstration, Q&A; Providing Continence Care to Older People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds; and more...Find out more »
Thursday, 27 June 2019 MAC Library, 10am-4:00pm Registration desk opens at 9:30am Participants are welcome to browse the Library The learning outcomes include building: Understandings of cultural diversity, cultural competency and the palliative approach to care. Knowledge of CaLD perspectives in the palliative care standards, approaches and resources. Pathways to accessing and using CaLD specific resources. Cultural competencies in the delivery of the palliative care standards. Morning tea and lunch provided Funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. Although funding…Find out more »
Friday, 28 June 2019 MAC Library, 10am-4:00pm Registration desk opens at 9:30am Participants are welcome to browse the Library Do not miss your opportunity to attend this workshop dedicated to exploring the unique topics in multicultural dementia care. Speaking My Language is presented by Multicultural Aged Care and aims to encourage best practice in the care of people living with dementia from CaLD backgrounds. This program provides the skills and background necessary for the interpretation and management of changing behaviours…Find out more »
Multicultural Aged Care (MAC) is holding a special session on the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) Data Exchange system reporting. Held previously and well received, this is an opportunity to share and discuss the Data Exchange and it's reporting requirements.Find out more »
Facilitated by the Centre for Dementia Learning
This workshop provides an understanding of the importance of meaningful and purposeful engagement for people living with dementia.
Participants will focus on understanding the person’s individual needs, strengths and abilities, and the impact of the environment in planning and supporting engaging activities.Find out more »
Effective Communication vs Cultural Diversity. How to Communicate Effectively with Clients from CALD Backgrounds?
The workshop will explore how to transform your organisation to be open and responsive to cultural diversity and ensure increased relevancy, greater accessibility and higher levels of service quality for all potential service users.Find out more »
WE are holding our ‘Cultural Connections Day’ here at MAC for YOU- for your RESIDENTS!
It is a day full of activities, live music, celebrating and sharing our cultural diversity.Find out more »
The Network for CALD Ageing Services (NCAS) is recommended for managers and workers in programs which provide information and aged and community care services to CALD older people. A must attend!Find out more »
Are you a service provider delivering support services under the CHSP? Join us for this free informative Wellness CPR - Finding Wellness through Strengths workshop.
Presented by Vanessa Leane PhD Candidate Uni, the workshop incorporates a special focus on cultural understanding of life strengths in action.Find out more »
Join the MAC team for Lunch and Learn.
Each session will involve a recent webinar, screened during lunch*.
Join us for a casual BYO lunch, with other workers and MAC staff to network, learn and discuss different topics of interest in aged care.Find out more »
The Inclusive Approach to Service Delivery in Aged Care workshop has been designed to assist aged care providers implement an inclusive approach to service delivery. This approach is in keeping with the Aged Care Quality Standards expectation that aged care services will be inclusive and will not discriminate.Find out more »
Culture in Ageing (CiA): Best Practice in Action: the 3 Rs of Ageing: Reminiscing, Reverting Responding
Join us … ‘Reminiscing with the cultural senses; hearing, sight, smell, touch, tastes, oral histories’We all possess memories; we all have our own unique life history.For the older person, it can increase:Their ability to communicateSocial interactionFeelings of self esteemFeelings of belongingEmbrace each individual’s experiences and storiesStimulate past interests and hobbiesEnable self-expressionReminiscence can give meaning and validate each person’s life, their history and their experiences. IT INVOLVES EVERYONE! Reminiscing can build and construct connections between people from different backgrounds and cultures…Find out more »
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