Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) under the Aged Care Quality Standards Masterclass (Perth, WA)
9 October 2019 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
|Date:||9 October 2019|
|Time:||9:30am - 3:30pm|
|Venue:||St. Jude’s Head Office|
165 Wright St Belmont
|Registration Fees:||LASA Member: $450 ex GST|
Non Member $550 ex GST
This dynamic workshop covers all key aspects of ACFI subsidy funding and includes detailed discussion on all the twelve (12) ACFI questions and associated business rules.
Our skilled facilitator will provide an update on changes to ACFI, including what you need to do under the aged care quality standards and a brief overview of the review of future aged care funding proposals before government.
Participants will be guided through an overview of the documentation required to support the ACFI claim which must meet the expectations of the department at a validation. Common errors are also covered in depth.
This complex subject is presented in a down to earth practical language that all participants will understand. The session is interactive, providing participants with ample opportunities for questions and answers.
Participants will leave the course equipped with advanced ACFI knowledge and skills, which they can immediately apply in the workplace to ethically optimise funding.
Outcome of course:
- In depth discussion on the 12 ACFI questions including what documentation is expected at an ACFI validation
- Business rules that matter!
- How to ethically optimise ACFI claim
- Suggestions on managing ACFI in the workplace
- ACFI Validation - preparing for and performing well- how to avoid common errors and omissions
- Questions and Answers session
- All the changes to ACFI that came into effect January 2017, fully explained, including options to manage
Who Should Attend?
If you are an ACFI coordinator, care manager, a senior staff member, an allied health professional, a registered nurse or an enrolled nurse, this dynamic workshop is designed for you. You will gain advanced ACFI knowledge and skills, which you will be able to immediately apply in the workplace to ethically optimise funding.
Leigh Welling has been consulting, training and assisting aged care staff and Manager/ Proprietors since 1985. In 1998, he became a full time consultant and hold a certificate IV in work place Assessment and Training. Leigh is the Principal ACFI consultant for Leading Age Services Australia.