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Connecting NDIS Registered providers, SDA stakeholders, Aged Care Executives, Co-Ordinators, Clinical and Care Managers, Nurses, Infection Control Nurses and Consultants, Health Architects, Designers, Builders, Facility Managers and Hydraulic Engineers, Hydrogeologists, Water Auditors and Suppliers - seminars, conferences, workshops and events are held throughout the year for all disciplines in each sector.
Health2Ageducate hosts events that provide a platform for networking, information and education.
Delegates are able to accrue CPD points and remain updated .As a solution based organisation, Health2Ageducate events ensure that there is ample opportunity to consult, liaise and connect with multi-discipline stakeholders at these events.
This interdisciplinary network model has provided further insight into each sector's operations to include legislation which is generally not understood or known
Health2Ageducate. NDISLINK Events & Conferences and ADEB Health and Aged Care is pleased to be hosting the Fifth Annual Conference Expo themed ' Solutions' in 2021, 23rd July in Perth face to face. Remain updated and register early for this event that offers innovative products solutions, networking, CPD points and Seminars that inform, update and educate
The program for each sector for all events are researched and designed to benefit stakeholders in alignment with their State requirements . Continuous Professional Developments can also be accrued . Join the network. Its free.
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NDIS Registered Providers | Clinical psychologists, Plan Managers, Businesses, Not-for profit organisations
Investors | Developers Architects & Designers Builders | Debt FInanciers
SDA Providers | SILs
Healthcare Architects, Designers, Engineers, Building Surveyors, Access Consultants, SDA Builders, Facility Managers
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NDISLINK Conference 2021
Aged Care | NDIS Speaker Session
Health Design and Build | Water Health
23rd July 2021
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
Riverview Rooms 4 & 5
8.00am - 3.30pm
View innovative displays
Register for the Aged Care | Water Health | Health Design and Build | NDIS sessions.
CPD points can be accrued
Join the Aged Care Funding Instrument Exhibitors (ACFI), view Aged Care products and innovative solutions
NDIS products and solutions | Water Health Solutions
Health Architects, Designers, Engineers, Builders - specify and build product solutions
Samantha Jenkinson is the State Director Western Australia NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.
Samantha has been an advocate for the rights of people with disabilities since the early 1990’s and throughout her professional life as a social worker.
She has been past chair of the Ministerial Advisory Council on Disability in WA, as well as a previous member of the National Disability and Carer Council. Samantha spent 6 years as a local Government Councillor with City of Stirling and her previous role was CEO of People with Disabilities WA.
State Director WA NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
WA State Manager
Governance Institute of Australia Ltd
Steve has held various senior roles in both Corporate and Government sectors. Past roles include: State Manager for an industry peak body which represents some 240 firms operating within the built environment; State Operations Manager for an engineering and managed services firm operating within the telecommunications sector; nine years as an Army Officer, where he was deployed overseas on several peace monitoring and humanitarian aid operations; and a brief stint as a Research Officer for the WA Department of Premier and Cabinet.
Steve brings a wealth of business, advocacy and membership service experience coupled with a well-established network across both Corporate and Government sectors. Having also been appointed by the Governor General to the Veterans Review Board in January 2019, Steve enjoys working and contributing to the betterment of veterans welfare during his spare time. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics, a Master’s degree in International Relations, and Diplomas in Business, Personnel Management and Administration.
Partner, Disability & Aged Care ; Lavan
Amber Crosthwaite is an experienced commercial lawyer specialising in seniors living, aged care and disability. She provides legal advice to:
operators of retirement villages and other seniors living environments;
approved providers of residential aged care and home care/community care;
disability service providers (including NDIS registered providers); and
property developers of seniors living environments (aged care, retirement villages, lifestyle villages etc) and Specialist Disability Accommodation.
Amber works across the seniors living, aged care and disability sectors but has a particular focus on regulatory compliance, royal commission work, sales and acquisitions and property development.
Amber has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a pre-eminent lawyer in Health and Aged Care and is a member of the Property Council's Retirement Living Committee for Western Australia.
Richard comes from a civil engineering, project manager, and mechanical design background giving him a very practical and functional approach to accessible standards and requirements.
His hands-on previous experience working on site with builders, project managers, and developers, gives him very strong relationships with clients as he is able to align expectations as well as translate access requirements to
Richard has provided DDA advice to a range of projects at a Local & National. It is his practical knowledge of applying the Australian Standards to the principles of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) across all building types, transport and urban design which include:
Planning and Design Reviews
Extensively, Richard has reviewed and documented reports for;Universal Design, Council Development Controls, State Planning Policies
Owner and Director
At 31 Michelle Lawrence was the first and only female owner and principal of a client side construction project management consultancy in Perth.
With considerable time spent in retirement villages and in aged care homes, Michelle had ample opportunity to learn first hand from residents, families, staff and executive teams of the unique challenges presented when seeking optimal and aspiring living options for independent living and aged care both in restrictive legislative and funding frameworks.
Halcyon champions living options for people with disability to live an aspirational life, homes that cater to their capabilities when supported in a built environment that best suits them, but also provides comfort for their loved ones and those that care for them to spend time in their homes either as visitors or co-residents.
Michelle draws on experience her time in the retirement and aged care sector that have enjoyed innovation and big ideas being translated into built outcomes. She hopes to build on this in the disability sector.
Jason Burton is principal consultant at Dementia360. He has over 30 years experience supporting people living with dementia and their care partners. Jason’s work spans research, policy, dementia specialist training, innovative care approaches, person centred culture implementation and improving societal responses to living with dementia.
Global Centre for Modern Ageing
Julianne Parkinson was appointed CEO of the GCMA in April 2018.
Previously, Julianne was an Executive Director of the South Australian Government on economic and social issues and initiatives. It was in this role that Julianne was a key leader in the creation of the Ageing Well program of work. The aim of the program was to increase awareness of the facts related to the global ageing phenomenon in order to assist shifting mindsets to better understand the opportunity and challenges associated with ageing.
With more than 25 years’ experience in leadership roles, including KPMG, EY and the South Australian Government, Julianne specialises in strategic planning, business sector development and stakeholder engagement.
Julianne has worked extensively with clients operating in government, corporate and private sectors and undertaken engagements across Australia and the South-East Asia region.
Design Relationship Manager
Interite Healthcare Interiors
Katherine Manser is an accomplished career woman and parent, having come from an expansive background of over 30 years in design.
She is a dynamic and creative interior designer utilising acquired creative and technical ability and skills in the field of interior design; including strong client liaison, design layout, manufacture, selecting fittings, fixtures and fabrics.
Designing for Dementia and aged-care is an area of work that Kate is passionate about and takes great pride in. She enjoys working collaboratively with clients to design and deliver residences and healthcare facilities where people can feel calm, secure and comfortable whilst having access to essential services and facilities.
Kate further contributes to the design community as a council member in the WA Chapter Committee of the DIA, Design institute of Australia.
Topics & Sessions
23rd July 2021 | Perth Convention Exhibition Centre
Pay for one session and stay for all other sessions at no further cost*
Please note additional session in registration form
CPD points can be accrued
Lunch is included for all booked sessions
Health Design and Build
7.45am arrival for a 8.00am start
Coffees, teas provided
Who should attend?
Health and Aged Care Architects, Designers, Builders, Facility Managers, Occupational therapists , medical nursing and care staff
SDA Builders, Consultants, stakeholders
Health Design and Build delegates can join Aged care and NDIS Session at no further cost (optional ) .
Must register the option the option in the booking form - limited, please book early
The importance of co-design
Australia’s population is ageing, as it is around the world. As we grow older, our needs and wants change which means new models of care and approaches to ageing are needed to help improve the lives and wellbeing of those in our communities.
The Global Centre for Modern Ageing (GCMA) is committed to inspiring governments, designers, businesses and researchers to seek and develop solutions that enable people to live well and age well. To be successful, end-users must be at the centre of the design process.
Ms Julianne Parkinson, GCMA Chief Executive, will share insights into the global modern ageing market, how a co-creation process can ensure the community’s needs are reflected in design and learnings from their nation leading project co-designing the future Strathalbyn aged care facility and precinct.
Hear how you can develop a place that the community truly values - where residents want to live, families want to visit, teams want to work and in which the community is actively involved.
Designing Outdoor spaces for people with Dementia :
Research has long shown us the cognitive, physical and emotional benefits of regular time spent outside connecting with nature. However research also shows that if you are living with dementia your opportunity to access the outdoors can be severely restricted. Exploring accessible design, meaningful engagement and the latest evidence on outdoor access enhancement for people living with dementia this practical session will equip you to maximise opportunities for enhancing wellbeing through designing for accessibility to garden spaces and bringing nature inside through smart design.
Accessible Design for Universal Access & Hidden Disabilities - the NCC & DDA Claims
This presentation will focus on population statistics of physically impaired users ;
- Impairments that aren’t visible, well known, or recognised in the NCC.
- Comply with what? – A discussion on “Compliance with the NCC doesn’t mean good design or protect you from DDA claims”.
- Conflicts between good design for some accessible user groups, but not for others
Human Centred Design for Healthcare Facilities
Designing for both the patients and staff in facilities providing healthcare has very evidently evolved over the years. From the emergence of new technology to making a patient feel at home when they are at their most vulnerable, there are many design factors to consider in order to achieve the best outcome for the end user. Kate Manser, Interite Healthcare Interiors, uses her 30 years in design experience to explain the importance of good design in healthcare spaces. Learn about how the following factors are carefully considered when designing for the aged, people with disability and general medical practice.
Design aesthetics and pallet
Ambulant Access in AS1428.1 and alternative technologies
Consideration of the difference between wheelchair , ambulant , and the lessor known impairments that benefit from ambulant compliance.
Compliance with AS1428.1-2009 doesn’t mean safe, easy, or satisfy the DDA.
The difference between knowing compliance but understanding why it’s required.
Section D3.4 of the BCA and when it’s applicable.
Door hardware in Aged Care facilities for seamless access
This presentation will discuss how door hardware and access control can provide a safer and more secure environment for staff, residence and visitors.
10.30am arrival for 10.45am start
Finish 2.00pm - includes lunch from 1pm - 1.40pm ( or join the NDIS session free once registered - 3.30pm)
Who should attend?
Aged Care Co-Ordinators, Care Managers, Executives, Board Members, Directors, Providers, Consultants, Facility Managers, Medical and Nursing staff
Aged care delegates can join the Health Design and Build and NDIS sessions at no further cost (optional) CPD points apply . Must note registration in the booking form. For a limited time only - please register to avoid disappointment
Aged Care Royal Commission – Update on Government Response
Aged Care Lawyer - Lavan
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has released the final report into the quality of residential and home aged care. This presentation will discuss the findings and provide updates since the release
Serious Incident Response Scheme
The Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) commences on 1 April 2021 and imposes significant change on the manner in which certain incidents are reported and managed . This presentation will discuss the implementation of SIRS including:
Observations from the trenches – what have been the key challenges for providers
Tips for ensuring SIRS compliance
Governance in Aged Care
Governance Institute of Australia
The aged care sector is under the spotlight like never before and this means that the focus must be on governance. While boards in the aged care sector grapple with the crisis, they need to ensure there is a focus on good governance in order to overcome the immediate hurdles and to set their organisation up for recovery.
To assist the sector, Governance Institute recently revised and relaunched its Adding value to governance in aged care guide covering the unique challenges of governance in a changing aged care sector. Steve will discuss highlights/insights from the guide appropriate for anyone currently on the board of an aged care provider — as well as anyone considering taking on a board position and the importance of governing reputation risk.
Rights, Risk and Safeguarding for People Living with Dementia
Jason Burton - Dementia 360
With an increased focus on protecting the rights of people living with dementia in aged care services finding the balance between safeguarding rights, respecting dignity of risk and maintaining duty of care has never been more prominent.
Looking at the challenges, opportunities and ethical considerations this session will explore where we are and where we are going in supporting people living with dementia to lead as full a life as possible
Obligations of Aged Care NDIS registered providers under the NDIS Practice Standards and the
NDIS Code of Conduct
State Director WA NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
(presented in session 3 NDIS )
Aged Care participants will need to join the NDIS session for this topic after lunch from 1.45pm and may remain for the full NDIS session until 3pm at no further cost)
As of 1 December 2020, approved providers supporting National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants will also be required to be registered as a provider with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.
This means approved providers which support NDIS participants will have responsibilities under both the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission and NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission regulatory frameworks.
Obligations of NDIS providers under the NDIS Practice Standards and the NDIS Code of Conduct
State Director WA NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent government agency that regulates the provision of supports and services to participants in the NDIS. It works to improve the quality of NDIS services and supports, prevent harm to and safeguard the rights of participants, investigate and resolve complaints relating to supports and services, and strengthen the skills and knowledge of providers and participants across Australia.
The commencement of the NDIS Commission in WA is a significant development, and an important part of the approach to building inclusive, respectful and supportive communities across Australia that promote the rights and wellbeing of people with disability.
This session will cover the obligations of NDIS providers under the NDIS Practice Standards and the NDIS Code of Conduct. In particular there will be an opportunity to hear about and ask questions in relation to:
SDA | NDIS SESSION ROUND TABLE
Hear from a panel of investors, property developers, law advisor, builders, ndis providers and stakeholders
Q & A on issues, challenges, legal for SDA
Have your questions ready..........connect with the right people .......hear solutions and advice
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register to be an advisor or forward your questions in advance
Service design doesn't need to be about line items in a price guide -
Presentation and Q & A with NDIS Service Providers
- MICHELLE LAWRENCE, OWNER AND DIRECTOR, HALYCON HOMES
The architect's of the NDIS had a vision that individualized funding would lead to service innovation and quality outcomes.
Instead we have a price guide of line items, services designed to meet the line items or providers using line items to create a
revenue stream that looks like the old block funding. Are we seeing innovation in service design?
Why are we not hearing countless stories of delighted, happy families? Stories of individuals thriving because the compensation scheme has actually put choice and control back in the hands of the people it was designed to benefit? Is it time to change tact, collaborate and innovate? What if we focused first on who we serve, rather than creating services from a pricing catalogue?
Michelle will also touch on the issue she hears time and again - housing security. How do we eliminate this fear? How do we transfer housing security to NDIS participants and their families. It is the participant's scheme after all.
Aged Care Session
Lunch 1.00pm - 1.40pm
Water Health (Room 5)
This session will be hosted in Riverview Room 5 (adjacent to Riverview Room 4) on Level 2 (same level ).This is the only seminar session in Riverview 5. All other sessions are held in Riverview room 4.
Session Time : 10.30am arrival for a 10.45am start
Finish : 2.00pm -
Who should attend?
Hydraulic Engineers, Hydrogeologists, Water Auditors, Health Architects, Water Quality Representatives, Water Suppliers, Manufacturers, Facility Managers, Plumbers
Updates on New Regulatory Framework for Drinking Water (WA)
Dept of Health (WA) Water Unit
The new policy – Managed aquifer recharge in Western Australia (2021)
Water Corporation & Dept of Health Water Unit
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23rd July 21 - Annual Conference Perth
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