Respectfully upholding a person’s human rights, while working within the parameters of duty of care, is an ongoing issue for all providers within the health and aged care sector.
Some of the sensitive questions that arise include: When should people make their own decisions, either by themselves or with support? What if I have concerns about people getting the care they need?
Come along to NEAC 2019 and join our panel members as they discuss these issues and provide practical tips to move the debate forward.
Are you ready for the new Aged Care Quality Standards?
All organisations providing aged care services in Australia must comply with new Aged Care Quality Standards from 1 July 2019.
To find out how the new guidelines will affect your work or care, register now for NEAC 2019 and hear from the expert Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner Janet Anderson.
We’re thrilled to welcome Janet to our speaker line-up where she will explore the impact of the standards and changes expected across the aged care sector.
End of Financial Year (EOFY) tickets
The end of the financial year is fast approaching and time is ticking to use up any education and training or other unspent funds.
If you’re struggling to keep pace with structural change and want to meet some of the thought leaders and decision makers in the field, invest in a ticket to NEAC 2019 today.
We’ve designed a program that will help give you the tools and insights to address elder abuse head on in achieving that much needed change for older Australians – so register now!