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Aged Care Mental Health 5-Course Champion Pack

Speciality Classification
Nurses
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
2 hours
Provider
Aged Care Learning Solutions

This Course Pack provides an introduction to the Aged Care Standards from a consumer perspective, with a focus on depression and dementia care. The contents include an overview of Dignity and respect in all care settings, Older people’s rights, Worker responsibilities, Principles of respect in care, and Respect for diversity. Additionally, the Learning Outcomes section provides State what is meant by the term delirium, Explain the short and long term issues for older people, apply preventative measures in your everyday care and service delivery. Finally, this resource puts the older person and their needs at the centre of dementia care. It will refresh or add to your knowledge and prompt you to think about how society, health care and aged care workers can improve the quality of life for people living with dementia.

 

Aged Care Mental Health  5-Course Champion Pack

 

About Me Introduction to the Aged Care Quality Standards - Video 4.4/5 (463 reviews)

This is a great starting place. All workers are required to deliver care and services as per the requirements of the Aged Care Quality Standards. The video goes through the eight standards from the experience of the older person.

It provides some practical ideas about respecting older people’s rights which in turn promotes their mental wellbeing!

This video will take you about 15 minutes to watch!

Others who have reviewed this learning resource strongly agree it is relevant for providing care or services to older people.

 

Depression – Interactive assessment based learning activity 4.5/5 (175 reviews)

Did you know depression is often not picked up or well managed in the community, hospitals and residential care? Unmanaged depression affects people’s everydayenjoyment, physical and mental wellbeing. This learning resource will add to or refreshy our knowledge.

This learning resource provides an overview and covers: The myths and facts; Risk factors; Signs and symptoms; Respectful and effective care; Range of effective treatments/therapies for older people; Responding to and respecting diversity.

The average time for this learning resources is 30 minutes. But if you have some time check out the additional reading resources to really build your knowledge aboutdepression!

Others who have reviewed this learning resource strongly agree it was interesting and easy to complete.

 

Dignity and Respect – Interactive, assessment based learning activity 4.5/5 (1068 reviews)

Older people have the same rights as all others including their right to have the information they need about their health issues so they can decide about treatments and management.

This learning resource will act as a refresher about older people’s rights to dignity and respect as a requirement of the Aged Care Quality Standards and hospital care standards.

This learning resource provides an overview and covers: Dignity and respect in all care settings; Older people’s rights; Worker responsibilities; Principles of respect in care; Respect for diversity.

The average time for this learning resources is 30 minutes. But if you have some time check out the additional reading resources to really build your knowledge about dignity and respect!

Others who have reviewed this learning resource strongly agree it will assist them to uphold the rights of older people receiving care or services.

 

Delirium Look and Act Toolkit 4.5/5 (122 reviews)

We have included delirium in the pack as it is often mistaken for depression or delirium by many including doctors, nurse and healthcare workers. This resource covers signs and symptoms, how to respond, includes a short video and a few questions.

The average time for this learning resources is 15 minutes. It will work on your phone and is a handy resource to go back to or use in your workplace.

Others who have reviewed this learning resource strongly agree they can apply their knowledge and understanding to improve the care or services they are responsible for at their workplace?

 

Dementia - Interactive, assessment based learning activity 4.4/5 (579 reviews)

Did you know there are currently (2021) an estimated 472,000 people living with dementia in Australia? 50% of people living in residential aged care are their because of dementia.

This learning resource puts the older person and their needs at the centre of dementia care. It will refresh or add to your knowledge and prompt you to think about how society, health care and aged care workers can improve the quality of life for people living with dementia.

This learning resource provides and overview and covers: Disease progression; Respect and dignity; Supporting independence, communication and safety; Recognising and responding to unmet needs, responses, actions and reactions.

The average time for this learning resources is 30 minutes. But if you have some time check out the additional reading resources to really build your knowledge about Dementia!

Others who have reviewed this learning resource strongly agree it has added to or refreshed their knowledge and understanding of the topic?


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Aged Care Mental Health 5-Course Champion Pack
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Duration
2 hours
Location
Online
Access Duration (in months)
12
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