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Web-based Australian iSupport for Dementia program: Traditional Chinese (澳大利亞失智症照顧者在线支持: 繁體中文)

This resource, funded by the National Foundation of Australia-China Relations, is a web-based education and skill training program for informal carers of people living with dementia in community care settings. It is a cultural adaptation of the World Health Organization iSupport program for Chinese-Australians.

Updated 09 Mar 2023
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Web-based Australian iSupport for Dementia program: Simplified Chinese (澳大利亚失智症照顾者在线支持: 简体中文)

This resource, funded by the National Foundation of Australia-China Relations, is a web-based education and skill training program for informal carers of people living with dementia in community care settings. It is a cultural adaptation of the World Health Organization iSupport program for Chinese-Australians.

Updated 09 Mar 2023
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Check your learner’s Digital Skills

Good Things Foundation has created a free Digital Skills Checker to support digital mentors to better understand their learners’ needs. The ‘Getting Started’ part is a quiz to determine an individual’s current level of digital literacy. The ‘Your Progress’ part can be used after a training session to assess progress, skills, and confidence. 

Updated 27 Feb 2023
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Introduction to digital accessibility eLearning registration

These modules from Vision Australia are composed of short, self-paced interactive e-learning modules on what underpins digital accessibility, accessibility standards organisations must follow, and putting digital accessibility into practice. These are free of charge to all aged care workers starting March 2023. Those interested can register via this form.

Updated 22 Feb 2023
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The Namaste Care program: "To honour the spirit within"

The PowerPoint slides accompanying the Namaste Care Train the Trainer session guides. Written by Dr Sara Karacsony (2021) from School of Nursing, College of Health and Medicine, University of Tasmania .

Updated 15 Dec 2022
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Trajectory of dementia: End of life care

An educative PowerPoint presentation on the likely trajectory of dementia and the purpose and benefits of a palliative approach in the latter stages. Includes a case study and reflective questions. Written by Dr Melissa Abela of the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, University of Tasmania (2021).

Updated 06 Dec 2022
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Learning and Placement Guides for Careworkers

Learning Guides are one part of the PEPA/IPEPA learning pathway and can be used to support workshops and placement learning. This one is for careworkers.

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Learning and Placement Guides for Nurses

Learning Guides are one part of the PEPA/IPEPA learning pathway and can be used to support workshops and placement learning. This one is for nurses.

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iPEPA Learning Approach

IPEPA training equips the healthcare workforce to deliver culturally-responsive and safe care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and their loved ones, who are living with an illness that will shorten the person’s life and lead to death.

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palliAGED Introductory Modules

The palliAGED Introduction modules for aged care nurses provide a gateway to training and understanding in palliative care including symptoms and care issues.