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Apr
26-28
2022

Transforming Safety, Quality, and Governance in Elderly Care in the Digital Age

A hybrid event: In-person & live-streamed

Crown Promenade Melbourne
M11 Rooms Level 1, 8 Whiteman St. Southbank VIC 3006 

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The Digital Revolution In Aged Care Summit 2022

Summit Overview

The elderly care sector is undergoing a digital transition in the face of the pandemic, yet there are still gaps that prohibit an integrated and connected digital environment.

Residential and home care providers face challenges such as decentralized frameworks, an absence of data visibility, and system integration, all of which can have a negative impact on the personal experience of residents.

 

Now is the time to prepare, plan, and deploy future-ready systems and technologies.

Erudite Training Solutions warmly welcomes you to THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION IN AGED CARE SUMMIT 2022 in the Crown Promenade Melbourne. This is a hybrid event: in-person and live-streamed. The summit will address key challenges of improving and rebuilding the aged care system while ensuring high-quality care for the elderly with digital technologies.

Take a virtual site tour of Japan's Future Care Lab: Nursing Care in 2040, explore Smart Homes for the Elderly, and engage in AI-powered Emotion Analysis to gain more insights into how advanced technology can help aged care providers improve operational efficiency and patient outcomes. Recognize the Safe and Effective Elderly Care Risk Management Masterclass.

Joined by leading aged care experts, they will share unique insights and new ideas to help your organization improve palliative, elderly, and dementia care delivery. A fantastic opportunity to network with policymakers, leaders of aged care providers, and other key players in the field.

Hear From The Key Experts
Feature Speakers Line Up

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Jagdeesh Singh Dhaliwal

GP and Chair, Older Adults Expert Advisory Group

North Western Melbourne PHN

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Dr. Paresh Dawda

Director

Prestantia Health

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Tim Humphries

Chief Executive Officer

Homestyle Aged Care Services

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Lisa Tribuzio

Manager

The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing, Benetas

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Sunil Bhar

Professor of Clinical Psychology

Swinburne University of Technology

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Lee Martin

Chief Executive Officer

Tanunda Lutheran Home Inc.

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Goran Roos

Board Member

Global Centre for Modern Ageing

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David Sykes

Director, Centre for Dementia

Dementia Australia

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Dr. Jiri Horecky

President, CEO

European Ageing Network

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Luke Westenberg

Chief Executive Officer

Community Housing Council of South Australia

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Kimiya Ishika

President and CEO

Silverwing Social Welfare Corporation

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Tamar Krebs

Founder and Executive Director

Group Homes Australia

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Julianne Parkinson

Chief Executive Officer

Global Centre for Modern Ageing

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Ajay Unni

CEO and Founder

StickmanCyber

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Sandra Hills OAM

Chief Executive Officer

Benetas

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Darrell Price

Principal & National Head of Health & Aged Care

Grant Thorton

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Carina Robinson

Innovation Manager

BaptistCare

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Afaf Ibrahim

Founder EI-Coach

EI Australia

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Karen Ross

Director and CEO

Erigo Group of Companies

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Nikolaus Rittinghausen

Senior Advisor and Senior Project Officer

The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing​, Benetas

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Stay in the lead with policy and financial frameworks to promote overall aged care safety and quality

Acquaint yourself with the latest development in the field of eldercare

Understand government and corporate regulations to protect older people's income, health, and access to healthcare

Build a covid-proof home care center using case studies from reputable organizations.

Develop long-term growth strategies for the aged care workforce's resilience, professionalism, and training.

Evaluate your institution's ability to keep up with global reforms and seize eldercare digitalization opportunities

Establish future-proof cyber security to protect patients and facilities from hackers

Create a comprehensive strategy for implementing dementia-friendly technologies

Explore the latest innovations that help the elderly live independently and with dignity

Obtain critical solutions through thought-provoking keynote presentations, insightful discussions, and networking session

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Summit Highlights

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Applying policy and financial frameworks to promote overall aged care safety and quality

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Identifying obstacles and difficulties in aged care

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Equipping employees with trauma-informed care and dementia care training

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Implementing a social engagement program that improves older people’s quality of life

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Exploring innovative trends and technologies in aged care with virtual tour to a nursing facility of the future

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Acknowledging the implementation of the recommendations of the Royal Commission on adult care quality and safety

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Rethinking ethical approach in residential care quality and safety

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Securing elderly dignity and respect through quality and safety improvements in services

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Recognizing the significance of State Governments in addressing the impact of COVID-19 on elder Australians

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Real life case studies from Baptist Care’s Dorothy Henderson Lodge, Australia’s first elderly care facility to experience a COVID-19 emergency

2 Days Summit Agenda
Day 1, April 26, 2022 

09:15 - 09:45

Keynote Address from Policy Makers

Developing Policy to Propel the Aged Care Sector's Fundamental Transformation

 

Improving aged care safety and quality to provide care, dignity, and respect for all Australians. Improving aged care access and outcomes for all Australians over 65 collaborating with the aged care sector to execute the Royal Commission's final report.

Luke Westenberg

Chief Executive Officer

Community Housing Council of South Australia

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09:45 - 10:15

Aged Care: Roadblocks and Challenges

Darrell Price

Principal & National Head of Health and Aged Care

Grant Thorton

10:15 - 10:45

Using Technology and Multiprofessional Teamwork to Implement the Royal Commission on Aged Care Quality and Safety's Recommendations

Jagdeesh Singh Dhaliwal

Chair-Covid 19 Expert Advisory Group – GP Care in Residential Aged Care Facilities Response

NWMPHN

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10:45 - 11:00

Morning Break

11:00 - 11:45

Panel Discussion:  Asia-Pacific Are We Ready for the World's Fastest-Aging Region?

 

The Asia-Pacific region's population is rapidly aging, with older people expected to more than double from 535 million in 2015 to 1.3 billion in 2050. By then, one in four people in the region will be 60 or older, and one in ten will be 80 or older. As the region's population ages, inequalities often exacerbate, causing deep social, economic, and political implications.

The profound impacts of population aging on the well-being of all generations are increasingly recognized by governments in the region. It will ultimately influence the 2030 Agenda's ambitions to reduce poverty for all people of all ages and backgrounds. Notably, ensuring income security for older people, keeping them healthy, and ensuring access to healthcare are among the requirements of "leaving no older person behind."

Moderator:

Sandra Hills OAM

Chief Executive Officer

Benetas

Panelists:

Carina Robinson

Innovation Manager

BaptistCare

Tim Humphries

Chief Executive Officer

Homestyle Aged Care Services

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Darrell Price

Principal & National Head of Health and Aged Care

Grant Thorton

12:25 - 13:25

Lunch Break

11:45 - 12:25

Emotional Intelligence for Leaders in Aged Care

Emotional Intelligence is becoming essential for leaders in general to deliver improved team performance, staff engagement, and productivity. Leaders are hired for their intellect and expertise, then fired for the lack of EI.

It has been evident that teams led by emotionally intelligent leaders are 4 times less likely to leave the workplace, that is EI is one of the top 10 skills required for leaders for 2030 (according to Forbes)

Afaf Ibrahim

Founder EI-Coach

EI Australia

13:25 - 14:05

Baptist Care: Contemporary Care Management

Carina Robinson

Innovation Manager

BaptisCare

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14:05 - 14:45

Building the Dementia Capabilty of the  Aged Care Workforce

David Sykes

Director, Centre for Dementia Learning 

Dementia Australia

14:45 - 15:15

How Technology is Making the Jobs of Aged Care Worker Easier

Tim Humphries

Chief Executive Officer

Homestyle Aged Care Services

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15:15 - 15:30

Afternoon Break

15:30 - 16:00

Enhancing the Quality of Services to Ensure Older Australians Receive Culturally Inclusive Care

Lisa Tribuzio

Manager

The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing, Benetas

Nikolaus Rittinghausen

Senior Advisor and Senior Project Officer

The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing, Benetas

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16:00 - 16:30

Senior Living Lab: An Ethnographic Approach to Foster User-Friendly Innovations in an Aging Society

Goran Roos

Board Member

Global Centre for Modern Ageing

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Post Summit Masterclass
April 28, 2022

Masterclass 1:

Emotional Intelligence For Leaders In Aged Care

Emotional Intelligence is becoming essential for leaders in general to deliver improved team performance, staff engagement and productivity. Leaders are hired for their intellect and expertise, then fired for the lack of EI. 

It has been evident that teams led by emotionally intelligent leaders are 4 times less likely to leave the workplace, that is EI is one of the top 10 skills required for leaders for 2030 (according to Forbes).

 

Key takeaways:

 

Transform the care in your facility through:

• Gaining greater awareness of own emotions and those of others

• Tools to manage emotions and become influential and empowering leader

 

Program Outline: 

• The science of Emotional Intelligence

• Why it matters for Leaders in Aged Care

• Recognise emotional strengths and weakness in self and others

• The power of empathy in restoring residents’ dignity 

• Maximize team performance through Social Intelligence

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