This conference will highlight strategies for developing effective residential aged care delivery models.
This conference will highlight strategies for developing effective residential aged care delivery models. Presentations and case studies will explore changing and future models of care, resource requirements for complex, CALD consumers and supportive models for diverse
needs groups. It will highlight the need to be flexible and responsive in care delivery, increase relationships and continuity of care.
The aged care industry is constantly evolving and changing. As such, the demand for residential aged care is increasing exponentially.
By 2050 the number of people aged 65-84 is expected to more than double and the number of people aged over 85 to quadruple.
Understanding and adapting to new models of care is essential to meet the current, complex and future needs of older Australians.
This conference will address how to:
• Transition between acute and sub-acute care fluidly
• Develop flexible and innovative models of care
• Establish complex consumer care models
• Cater to the requirements of complex and CALD consumers
Attend and explore
Changing models of RAC service delivery
How to define and ensure quality of care
How to prepare your organisation for consumer
Strategies for implementing supportive models for
special needs groups