These programs are targeted at the leaders in aged care that are striving to expand their knowledge of the Aged Care Sector, and how they can enable themselves to give the best care to our Elders in Aged Care. Each session is updated with the latest information emerging out of the sector each time they are run.
Online Education Sessions
Anchor Excellence's education sessions are increasingly in demand! Session's on topics such as; Recognising and Responding to Consumer Deterioration, and, Readiness for Assessment Visits - Accredited and Unannounced will be running throughout this year's educational calendar.
These sessions are run via the Zoom platform, and are available to be tailored to your providers vision, mission and values.
What courses are available?
- Readiness for Assessment Visits – Accredited and unannounced
- Recognising and Responding to Consumer Deterioration
- Clinical Management – High impact / High prevalence risk
- NDIS for Aged Care Providers
- Essentials of Consumer Engagement
Readiness for Assessment Visits – Accredited and Unannounced
Focusing on the key steps in preparing your home for any form of Assessment Visits, this session gives you the opportunity to expand your understanding of:
- How the assessment will work
- The key items associated with not mets
- What your part is in an Assessment Visit
Included in this session are Anchor Excellence Handouts that will assist you in preparing any documentation as well as staff for upcomming Assessment Visits.
Why you should attend?
The Assessment Visit Readiness session was tailored for Chief Executives, General Managers, Directors and Managers from Residential Aged Care. In this session, you will hear from Cynthia Payne, the Managing Director of Anchor Excellence with 30+ years of Experience in Aged Care who will give you expert insight’s on how to best prepare your home for upcoming assessment visits.
Recognising and Responding to Consumer Deterioration
Following the Aged Care Quality Standards, this session will allow you to understand your ability in caring for the consumer but also preparing you and/or your staff with the necessary steps in recognising clinical deterioration in a consumer.
By the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Identify your role as a clinical leader in relation to consumer deterioration
- Identify primary causes of deterioration in a consumer
- Recognise the signs a resident’s clinical condition is deteriorating
- Initiate the management for a resident who is deteriorating
- Provide ongoing management for a resident who is deteriorating
- Document the process according to organisational Policy and Process guidelines
Why you should attend?
This session was tailored towards Senior Leaders, Care Managers and Care Staff in Aged Care who are eager to learn how to best care for their consumers. In this session, you will hear from Dr Irene Stein and Carla Beheram, two amazing female leaders in Aged Care that combined have over 40 years of experience specialising in Clincial Management, and managing risk. Attending this session will mean that you will be able to benchmark against other providers and learn the key steps in managing Consumer Deterioration in your home.
Clinical Management – High Impact / High Prevalence Risk
Following the Aged Care Quality Standards, this session will allow you to understand your ability in assessing the risk in your home, what your accountability is as well as explaining what each high impact risk is in aged care, and how you can minimise those risks.
At the end of this session you will be able to:
- Identify your role as a clinical leader in relation to the management of high impact / high prevalence risk
- Implement care and services that minimise the impact of high impact / high prevalence risk
- Understand the requirements of clinical documentation
- Understand key policies and procedures in relation to high impact risk
Why you should attend?
Clinical management is one of the most important aspects of Aged Care. This session, hosted by Dr Irene Stein and Carla Beheram will give you essential insights into the industry for providers, as well as giving you access to key information and critical implications of the Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS). With knowledge from years of experience in aged care and perspectives from all aspects, this session will help shape your understanding of Risk in your home.
DR IRENE STEIN
To Register, Contact us
Phone: (02) 8610 1950
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