Browse resources created and collated by ARIIA as a trusted, evidence-based guide to supporting innovation across the aged care sector.
Food, nutrition and dining: a reflection on practice – A training resource for aged care providers and their workforce
A PowerPoint presentation by the Commission to be used by aged care providers as a resource to support staff to learn about food, nurtition and dining framed within the four priority areas of dining, choice, swallowing and oral health.
Food, nutrition and dining – Stand up discussion notes
The Commission has developed this resource for providers to introduce food, nutrition and dining topics to their staff. Each topic area is supported by a resource having two different sets of reflective discussion points, a set for the corporate group and one for staff providing direct care.
Food, nutrition and dining Hotline - Stakeholder communications kit
The Commission has developed this communication kit to help service providers to spread the word to staff and older people about their Food, Nutrition and Dining Hotline. The kit includes social media posts and tiles, video, fact sheets and a newsletter article to promote the Hotline and other food, nutrition and dining resources.
Developing behavioural interventions to manage responsive behaviours
This toolkit from Dementia Training Australia focuses on assessing and managing behavioural interventions for people living with dementia. It also links to resources to assess for wandering in long term care and in community and video presentation with slides on developing behavioural interventions.
The ELDAC dementia toolkit provides evidence-based information, guidance, and a range of resources to support health professionals and aged care staff in palliative care and advance care planning for people living with dementia and their families. It is structured around two main sections: clinical care and education and learning.
Toolkit: Clinical governance framework guide
A guide to a series of Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission resources that can be used as the basis for a clinical governance framework for services that do not already have one. This guide can also be used by services that already have a clinical governance framework to review their existing framework and identify opportunities for improvement.
Toolkit: Developing and implementing a clinical governance framework
This Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission information sheet describes the steps that should be taken when developing and implementing a clinical governance framework, or reviewing and identifying areas for improvement where a clinical governance framework is already in place.
Organisational self assessment tool 1: Aged care service and consumers
This Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission tool can be used by people responsible for developing a clinical governance framework for an aged care service to support an understanding of the characteristics of the aged care service and consumers, and to inform clinical governance arrangements. (Clicking on the link will download an MS Word doc.)