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Free Level 1 training: Recognising and responding to suspected elder abuse – two sessions to be live streamed in June!
June 18 - June 29
Presented by Monash Health in conjunction with the Bouverie Centre.
Funded by DHHS as part of the Integrated Model of Care for Responding to Suspected Elder Abuse.
Session 1: Thursday 18th June, 1.00pm to 4.00pm
Session 2: Monday 29th June, 10.00am to 1.00pm
Where: Live streamed to your desktop computer, laptop, tablet or other mobile device.
This interactive workshop is designed to assist workers to more confidently:
- Recognise elder abuse – the risk factors, types and signs
- Respond sensitively to older people at risk of, or experiencing elder abuse, & their carers/family
- Know the types of services available and make appropriate referrals.
Who should attend:
Hospital and community services staff, including allied health, nursing and medical personnel, assessment workers, care coordinators, case managers, mental health workers and community support staff, etc.
Duration: 3 hours
This workshop builds on The Victorian Government’s elder abuse prevention online training module – http://elderabuseprevention.e3learning.com.au . It is recommended that participants complete the online training prior to attending.
- Desktop computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device
- Internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
- Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth
- While not essential, a webcam or HD webcam may enhance training experience
How to register:
Click on the “Confirm registration” button after submitting your initial details.
You will receive a message on the screen that states “Thank you for registering” and a confirmation email when your application has been lodged successfully.
Questions about the training? Please direct your enquiries to:
Michelle Wills on p) 8481 4825, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm or e) firstname.lastname@example.org