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October 27 webinar on effective co-design with people from diverse backgrounds

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The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing is running a webinar to help leaders and direct care workers to co-design service delivery with older people from diverse cultural backgrounds.

The webinar will cover:

  • an overview of approaches to effective co-design with diverse communities
  • best practice examples from a Melbourne residential aged care provider.

About the Facilitators

Dan Bentley and Tracey Newman are directors at Impacto Consulting and specialise in innovation, and are best known for their work with aged care providers, where they have helped leaders around the country to create person-centred services that better meet the needs of their consumers.

Renee Bognar is manager of residential care at Fronditha Care Templestowe, and joined the Aged Care industry at 16 as a personal care worker and has worked across a number of aged care facilities before commencing her current role 10 years ago. With more than 30 years experience in aged care, Renee provides leadership to her team of nurses, carers and allied health staff, working collaboratively to achieve the best outcomes for the resident in her care.

Get involved

Register for this free webinar to be held on Wednesday October 27, 2pm-3:30pm (AEDT).

You will also be able to attend the launch of The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing’s Practice Guide on Effective Co-design with Older People from Diverse Backgrounds.

Care and services should meet the needs, goals and preferences of aged care recipients, Aged Care Quality Standards, Standard 1.

See suggested actions to deliver a culture of inclusion and respect in the Actions to Support Older CALD People: a Guide for Aged Care Providers.

For more information contact ageing.and.diversity@health.gov.au

Diversity Webinar series

The online Diversity Webinar series aims to engage staff working within the aged care sector in Australia with skills and knowledge to work effectively with diverse older people, their families, carers and advocates.

It involves a range of topics relevant to culturally safe and inclusive practice, and is designed in response to topics requested from staff working in the aged care sector in Australia.

All webinars are recorded and you can access the recordings and PowerPoint presentations via this page.

You also have permission to embed the recordings into your training programs.

(Click the SHARE button on the YouTube video page, and select Embed.)

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