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Western Sydney/Nepean Regional Community Care Forum

“NEW REFLECTIONS ON MORE CHANGES”

 


This free event is open to  community aged care and disability providers (CHSP and CCSP) in Western Sydney and Nepean, as well as  relevant stakeholders from other sectors. Queries on this event to: Rocellita Lacsina, Ph 02 9689 0105 or email rocellital@wscf.org.au


 

Please note that the venue is Nirimba Room (Blacktown City Council), not Max Webber Library. Thank you.

 

P R O G R A M M E

 

9:50

Registration/ Doors open/Morning tea

 

10:05

Welcome and Acknowledgment of Country

 

10:10

Preparing for the Future: Aged Care Roadmap (& other updates)

Hermine Partamian | Executive Officer, Commonwealth Home Support Programme

Aged Care Programmes NSW & ACT, Commonwealth Department of Health

 

11:00

Panel: Where we’re at with all the (aged care & disability) changes- reflections and apprehensions

  • Kate Toohey | Sector Development Manager, Community Transport Organisation
  • Mark Blattman | Organisational Development Manager, Nepean Food Services
  • Ross Adler | Manager, Hills Community Care
  • Elfa Moraitakis | CEO, SydWest Multicultural Services
  • Kerri Simpson | Coordinator, Hawkesbury Neighbour Aid

 

12:00

‘Younger onset dementia – still falling through the cracks’

Brendan Moore | General Manager (Policy, Research and Information)

Alzheimer’s Australia NSW

 

12:30

Light lunch & networking

 


 

Easy online registration

RSVP before or by Friday 1 July 2016  for catering and seating purposes.

 


 

WSCF’s CHSP/CCSP Development Project is supported by funding from the Australian Government Department of Health (DoH) as well as by the NSW Community Care Supports Program.  Visit DoH and ADHC websites (www.health.gov.au ; http://www.adhc.nsw.gov.au) for more information.  Although funding for this project has been provided by the Australian and NSW governments, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian and NSW governments.