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Workshop
Creating Supportive Environments: Rural NSW Workshop series

Various Dates
Between Monday 15 March, 2021 and Friday 19 March, 2021
Regional NSW

Overview

Join our workshop as we address ways to effectively use existing buildings to better support people living with dementia, as well as strategies for developing better buildings

 

Overview

Join our workshop as we address ways to effectively use existing buildings to better support people living with dementia, as well as strategies for developing better buildings.

 

Each workshop has two parts.  You are welcome to register for and attend the morning session, afternoon session, or both.

Morning session: DTA will focus on why environments matter, what care staff can do, and how to renovate buildings to better support residents.

Afternoon session: Constructive Dialogue will provide case studies from Aboriginal medical and community services that demonstrate how to develop a social brief and effectively build in rural and remote Australia.

 

Learning Outcomes
  • Why buildings matter
  • How to set up existing buildings to better support people
  • Strategies for improving facilities
  • Approaches to construction in rural and remote locations
 
Suitable for

People working in Residential Care, Acute Care, Aboriginal Health or Retirement Living

 
Locations

Workshop location will be provided post registration.

Event Schedule

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