Improving outcomes through equipment & technology

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Technology and equipment has enormous potential to support and improve the lives of older people. Keeping up with what is available and what is new can be time consuming.

Aged & Community Services WA and Independent Living Centre WA invite you to a full day symposium where you can hear how equipment and technology can make a real difference to the lives of people you support.

What’s on offer?

  • Keynote speaker Dr Natasha Layton is the National Professional Practice & Standards Manager with Occupational Therapy Australia. Hear about her research and findings on how aged and community services can make the best of enabling technologies
  • Inspiring presentations from ILC, Clip Solutions, Visibility, TADWA, ECU, UWA, National Relay Service, e-Tools, Bentech Assistive Technologies, Befriend and Brightwater Care Group
  • Over 15 exhibitors demonstrating products for organisations and consumers
  • New ideas and practical strategies
  • The opportunity to touch, feel and explore new equipment
  • Discovering how technology can engage and enhance wellness for older people
  • Learning how to provide more integrated, flexible and person centred services

Who should attend?

  • Managers, coordinators and carers in community, residential or retirement living
  • Health and allied professionals
  • Technical support officers / consultants
  • Regional Assessment Centre employees
  • ACAT teams

View the Improving outcomes through equipment & technology  programe here

Date: Thursday 19th May 2016
Venue: Independent Living Centre WA, The Niche, 11 Aberdare Road, Nedlands
Time: 9.00am to 4.00pm
Cost: $200 per person (incl. GST) or $500 for 3 people (incl. GST)

Please Register online here for the Improving outcomes through equipment & technology symposium

Proudly supported by our major sponsors Unicare and e-Tools.

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