Inadequate and poor quality training, particularly in dementia care, has been a recurring theme in the early weeks of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
Dementia Training Australia has launched a new tool to help residential aged care providers monitor and reduce the use of antipsychotic medications in facilities.
DTA Executive Director Richard Fleming talks to ABC radio about dementia training, and focusing on the person not the disease.
DTA has developed a tool to help aged care providers monitor their use of antipsychotic medications.
There is increasing demand for quality dementia training as the Australian aged care sector begins to take the citizenship of people with dementia seriously.
Dementia Training Australia is helping aged care providers support older Australians to live meaningful lives through Tailored Training Packages
The design of a building can change the way we engage and interact, move around, and even our mood.
The ‘PainChek® online course: a hands-on guide to intelligent pain assessment’ was developed by DTA alongside creators of pain assessment tool PainChek®.
DTA Executive Director Richard Fleming writes in the Australian Ageing Agenda about the Village by Scalabrini, a new dementia friendly community that “marks the emergence of a new paradigm in Australia”.