Webinars

Identifying and Managing Trauma within the Aged Care Sector – Phoenix Webinar.

This webinar, held on 11 November 2020, explored trauma within the aged care sector, including how it may affect residents, families, staff and management, and how it can impact delivery of care.

WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR:
It is aimed at aged care sector leaders, managers and wellbeing staff, and aged care peak bodies.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Nicole Sadler, Head, Policy and Practice, Phoenix Australia; Jane Nursey, Director, Clinical Services, Phoenix Australia; Anne-Laure Couineau, Director, Policy & Service Development, Phoenix Australia; Dr Richard Bonwick, Consultant Psychiatrist to Phoenix Australia.

 

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Understanding Trauma and Dementia In Aged Care – Phoenix Webinar.

This webinar, held on 2 February 2021, explores how aged care workers can support people affected by dementia and trauma.

WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR:
It is aimed at aged care sector clinical and wellbeing staff, health providers, leaders and managers, and aged care peak bodies.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Nicole Sadler, Head, Policy and Practice, Phoenix Australia; Arsh Katoch, Service Manager, Dementia Support Australia; Jane Nursey, Director, Clinical Services, Phoenix Australia; Dr Richard Bonwick, Consultant Psychiatrist to Phoenix Australia.

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Trauma-informed practice in aged care: Practical strategies.

This webinar, held on 28 April 2021, will explored how trauma-informed care can be introduced throughout the aged care sector to better support older people affected by trauma.

A panel of trauma experts and advocates for older Australians introduced the principles of trauma-informed practice in an aged care context and discuss a range of practical strategies that individuals and organisations can consider when introducing this approach.

They also briefly presented tools and training materials that are being developed in consultation with the sector to assist residents, families, staff and management.

WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR:
Aged care sector staff including personal care workers, clinical, nursing, allied health, and wellbeing staff, and leaders and managers.
Aged care peak bodies staff.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Nicole Sadler, Head, Policy and Practice, Phoenix Australia, Anne-Laure Couineau, Director, Policy & Service Development, Phoenix Australia, Dr Richard Bonwick, Consultant Psychiatrist to Phoenix Australia, Dr Ros Lethbridge, Senior Clinical Specialist, Phoenix Australia, Debra Nicholl, Advocacy, Manager, Elder Rights Advocacy.

 

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Trauma-informed practice in the aged care workforce: Wellbeing and self-care strategies for individuals, teams and organisations

Held on 16 June 2021,a panel of trauma experts and senior management and wellbeing staff working in the sector discussed a range of practical wellbeing strategies for individuals, teams and organisations. They also discussed a framework for managing potentially morally injurious events. Relevant tools and training materials that are being developed in consultation with the sector to assist staff and management will also be presented.

WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR:
Aged care sector staff including personal care workers, clinical, nursing, allied health, and wellbeing staff, and leaders and managers
aged care peak bodies staff

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Andrea Phelps, Deputy Director, Phoenix Australia
Nicole Sadler, Head, Policy and Practice, Phoenix Australia
Anne-Laure Couineau, Director, Policy & Service Development, Phoenix Australia
Kellie Whelan, Chief Operations Officer, RSL Care SA
Felix Cheng, Wellbeing Manager, Benetas

 

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