Elder Abuse and Capacity Issues – Free training presented by Seniors Rights Victoria
Elder Abuse and Capacity Issues
Free training presented by Seniors Rights Victoria
Funded by DHHS as part of the trial of the Integrated Model of Care
Date: Tuesday 3 September 2019
Time: 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Monash Medical Centre, Clayton Campus
Elder Abuse and Capacity Issues is part of a series Seniors Rights Victoria (SRV) is delivering on how to work with older people who are being abused. This one-hour interactive workshop explores the complexities of working with older people in situations of elder abuse where there may be questions about their capacity.
Who should attend: Staff from Monash Health’s hospital campuses and its community-based programs are invited to attend. e.g., Staff from ACAS, HARP, TCP, Allied Health and Social Work; case managers; and medical staff. We also welcome interested staff from other community programs in the local region.
- Visit https://www.bouverie.org.au/training/specialist_program/elder_abuse
- Go to the “View events by topic”, select Monash Health in the dropdown box, and click on “Search”.
- Once you find the event, click on “Book Now” and follow the prompts to enter your details.
Please ensure you click on the “Confirm registration” button after submitting your initial details. You will receive a message on the screen that states, “Thank you for registering” and a confirmation email when your application has been lodged successfully.
Question about bookings:
Contact Michelle Wills, e) email@example.com or p) 9385 5100
Questions about training:
Contact Selina Nivelle, Monash Health Elder Abuse Liaison Officer, p) 9265 7835 or e) Selina.Nivelle@monashhealth.org