Webinar: Delivering safe and accessible care for survivors of psychologically traumatic events

Type: Video 52m 54s
Supporting Aged Care Quality Standard: 4 3 2 1

An introduction to trauma-informed dementia care.

More than 70 percent of older people have experienced a psychologically traumatic event. The effects of these events can continue into late life, and the onset of dementia can interact with trauma-related needs in important ways.

In this webinar, Dr Monica Cations provides practical advice on how to deliver safe and accessible care for people with dementia who have experience traumatic events. You’ll learn about the wide-ranging effects of psychological trauma in older adulthood and be introduced to trauma-informed care.

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Webinar SlidesPDF | File size: 3.93MB Event FlyerPDF | File size: 262 KB

PRESENTER

DR Monica Cations

Dr Monica Cations is a registered psychologist and epidemiologist who has worked in the fields of ageing, aged care and dementia for many years. Monica is a Senior Research Fellow at Flinders University.


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