Course Name Making sense of Reablement in Support Work - On Site Training
Course Date 01/01/2017
Course Description

  

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Making sense of Reablement in Support Work
**On-site training available **


Home and Community Care is now working from a reablement approach. This half-day workshop has been designed to help support workers understand what this means in their day to day work. 

Keeping up with changes to the way HACC support is delivered can be hard enough for manager and coordinators. Support workers are out in the community every day, so keeping up with what these changes mean for them can be even more tricky. 

This workshop will explain the difference between Wellness and reablement approaches and explain why both are vital for people to have the best outcomes in the community. It will give practical insight into how a support worker can encourage people in the community to build and/or maintain confidence and skills with everyday tasks. It is case-based, with example support plans to ensure practical application back in the workplace. 

After attending this course participants will:

  • Gain an insight into what a reablement approach means and how it is different to, but complimentary with Wellness 

  • Understand how to read a support plan with goalsdeveloped as part of an active assessment

  • Take home practical tips for encouraging peopleto build and/or maintain confidence and skills in how they complete every dayactivities

  • Work with example support plans, enabling themto translate the learning into their work, supporting people in the communityto achieve their goals.


On-site training can be arranged for up to 20 people.

Your team will work together to understanding the concepts and learn how to begin to implement Reablement organisation-wide.    


The total cost of an on-site workshop for up to 20 people is $1,500 plus GST (no venue or meals provided)

Please contact us by phone 08 9244 8233 or email at  events@acswa.org.au  for more information and to book your team in today!