Person Centred Care: More than just a theory
Join Lisa Hee as she explores the objectives of the Person Centred Care model, and has a detailed look at how it can be implemented in your work setting, particularly when caring for people living with dementia.
Person centred care is a phrase that is commonly heard today within a variety of health care settings. In this Guest Lecture, case studies will be used to demonstrate how easy it is to implement and demonstrate the benefits for both staff and clients when implemented. Interaction during this session will be encouraged as we can work together to enable you to continue this in your work environment.
Lisa HeeLisa has vast experience in the areas of dementia, aged care and teaching. Lisa has worked with Universities and Aged care facilities throughout Victoria, NSW and Queensland.
She has worked as a dementia consultant throughout Asia and represented Australia with her presentations as part of Australia-China trade missions. As a Registered Nurse, Lisa’s post graduate studies including her Master’s degrees and PhD have focused on people living with dementia, their families. Lisa has publications including text books, articles and her own handbook on caring for someone with dementia at home. She has also developed a soon to be published model of transition for loved ones of those admitted into a long term facility.