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Dementia training consultation: rural and remote aged care providers

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Dementia Training Australia (DTA) has been meeting with rural and remote aged care providers to discuss the latest in dementia care and hear about training needs.

Aged care providers and staff are invited to workshops where expert dementia care trainers discuss issues such as:

  • medication management
  • responsive behaviours
  • environmental design
  • other dementia care issues important to you.

Details for the last leg of workshops in Queensland are provided below:

 Date 2018 

  Venue 

  Time 

 11 October

 Chinchilla

 9am-1pm

 12 October

 Dalby

 9am-1pm

More Information

To attend one of these workshops, please contact Sandra Jeavons on 07 3138 5943 or email . The workshop will be followed by a discussion on DTA courses and resources, aimed at identifying gaps and areas of need that are specific to rural and remote services.

If you are unable to attend a workshop, you can still contribute to the conversation by contacting Sandra Jeavons on 07 3138 5943 or email before the end of October.

For more information on the rural and remote project, visit the DTA website.



Source:
Department of Health, 2018, Australian Government Department of Health (https://mailchi.mp/agedcareupdates/dementia-training-consultation-rural-and-remote-aged-care-providers?e=64c7be3424)

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