Updated Oct 22: Following the first event in Perth last week, Inside Ageing in association with Obvious Choice is taking the event series to Adelaide this coming Tuesday.
Learn how evidence-based Microlearning can help train and upskill aged care workers, building confidence and improving quality outcomes, especially in the provision of dementia care.
Obvious Choice is the creator of the Forget Me Not® app and winner of the People and Culture category in the 2021 Future of Ageing Awards.
Attendance is complimentary for Inside Ageing readers and limited to a maximum of two from each aged care provider.
Senior leaders from Uniting Communities, Community Based Support and Eremea Home Care Services will join an interactive panel discussion on using microlearning to upskill staff on dementia care continuously.
An Aged Care Research and Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA) funded 12-week education course using microlearning techniques is currently underway across seven aged care providers, designed to help aged care workers increase their knowledge and confidence in delivering care to those living with dementia.
Insights from this program and the benefits of evidence-based microlearning for training staff and improving care outcomes will be shared with networking and a Q&A.
Adelaide: October 24 at the Adelaide Rockford, 164 Hindley St
(If you happen to be in Adelaide for the ACCPA conference, then we’re just before that)
Time: 7:30 am – 9:00 am
To attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include any special dietary requirements.
We hope to see you there,
Sean – Inside Ageing