Implementing CDC into Residential Care (Melbourne, VIC)
February 7, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
|Date:||7 February 2019|
|Venue:||Catholic Leadership Centre, 756 Victoria Pde|
East Melbourne, Vic 3002
|Registration Fees:||LASA Member: $450, Non Member $550|
|Category:||Customer Service Workshop|
Due to recent changes in aged care funding many residential aged care providers will struggle to survive the decrease in funding but there is an alternative way of operating and that is Consumer Directed Care (CDC) in residential care. Through the introduction of CDC into your operation you will make it;
• More sustainable
• Residents/Clients that are much happier
• Staff that are more productive
• Greater control over your service and its future direction
We all know that CDC is being rolled out into Home Care and everybody is waiting to see what is happening in residential care. There are a number of Aged Care providers around Australia that are currently using CDC to great success. This workshop explores how CDC can be implemented into residential care and the benefits that arise from doing so. As part of the workshop you will be provided with the models that are needed to implement CDC.
Who should Attend?
CEO's, Business Development Managers, Senior Managers of Services, Finance Managers and Accountants.
The Workshop Covers:
1. The future direction of CDC in Residential Care
2. The status of CDC in Residential Care, its operations and its implementation
3. Models that can be used to implement the changes into residential care. Participants will receive the models in portable electronic form for their own practice and possible implementation.
The Benefits of the workshop include:
- » Gaining a better understanding of what is happening with CDC;» The future direction of CDC in Residential Care; and» Gaining practical assistance and tangible models that can be used to implement CDC into your business to counter the effects of cuts in funding.
Mark Sheldon-Stemm currently works with a number of aged care organisations and has worked in the sector for 20 years at CEo and CFO level. He has been responsible for the introduction of a number of systems into aged care with the latest being the Consumer Directed Care models used by some aged care providers. He is a qualified Accountant and Systems Analyst and specialises in developing business systems that will cater for the changes being made to aged care. He has formal qualifications in Commerce, Social Science, Economics and Strategic Foresight.