Videos

Fortis Consulting as the state representative for PICAC WA have compiled this list of videos from various sources as a resource for the Aged Care sector.

What the new Aged Care Quality Standards mean for you (consumer video)

NARI – Elder Abuse – Associate Professor Bianca Brijnath, Director of Social Gerontology, NARI introduces Elder Abuse films

NARI – Elder Abuse – #OkorNotOk Physical Abuse

NARI – Elder Abuse – #OkorNotOk Financial Abuse

NARI – Elder Abuse – #OkorNotOk Neglect

OPAN – Webinar 1, Part 1: Overview of the Aged Care System in Australia

OPAN – Webinar 1, Part 2: Understanding and communicating your care needs

OPAN – Webinar 1, Part 3: Being financially and legally prepared

OPAN – Webinar 1, Part 3: Being financially and legally prepared

OPAN – Webinar 2, Part 1: What is ‘My Aged Care’ and why you need to register

OPAN – Webinar 2, Part 3: Registration support for older people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds

OPAN – Webinar 2, Part 3: Registration support for older people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds

OPAN – Webinar 3: Getting your needs assessed for aged care services

OPAN – Webinar 4: Aged care support and service options

Moving Pictures – Raising Dementia awareness through film and media

Available in multiple languages.

Video Credit: National Ageing Research Institute Ltd Moving Pictures

Palliative Care Multicultural Videos – 5 languages

Video Credit: Care Search

Ageing in Australia – The Immigrant Experience Part 1

Video Credit: Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing

Ageing in Australia – The Immigrant Experience Part 2

Video Credit: Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing

Ageing in Australia – The Immigrant Experience Part 3

Video Credit: Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing

My Aged Care Worries – Antonio

Video Credit: CALDWAYS Conference 2016

Older CaLD person trying to seek access to social support

Video Credit: CALDWAYS Conference 2016

Hon Ken Wyatt speaking for the Fortis Consulting CALD Roundtable, April 2017.

National Elder Abuse Conference 2018

New Aged Care Assessment Arrangements 2019

Dementia as a Disability

Dementia as a Disability Slides

National Reconciliation Week – In this together 27 May – 3 June 2020

The concept of reconciliation is embedded in history and tells the stories of how we treat each other.When we have an acceptance of the impact of what has gone before us, we can then acknowledge what we must to do to continue challenging the direction ahead of us.The spirit of reconciliation week allows us to reflect on our progress thus far and move Australia forward together and treat each other with respect and kindness

Moving Pictures

Dementia Awareness for CALD communities.

Newsletter – June 2020 edition

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