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Regional Industry Forum (Northam, WA)
12 October 2018 @ 8:15 am - 12:00 pm
|Date:||12 October 2018|
|Time:||8.15am - 12.30pm|
|Location:||Bridgeley Community Centre|
91 Wellington Street, Northam 6401
|Registration Fees:||Free to attend|
|Category:||Regional Industry Forum|
LASA's upcoming Regional Industry Forums are a great opportunity to interact with colleagues and industry leaders throughout the age care services industry.
Proudly supported by our Regional Partner, Prime Super, these forums are FREE to attend*. The lunch and networking sessions are a great opportunity to meet your industry peers, gain valuable insights, network and maximise the benefits of your LASA membership.
Open to members and non-members, these forums will bring you information on the state of the industry, equip you with legal knowledge on your rights as a provider, update you with the latest workforce strategies and steer you in the right direction to optimise the performance of your business.
*Please note that non-members are encouraged to attend, however are only eligible to attend one regional industry forum as a non-member of LASA. We invite you to participate and chat with us about LASA benefits.
Christine Allen, State Manager WA, LASA
Christine joined Leading Age Services Australia as State Manager for Western Australia in November 2016. With more than 11 years executive experience working for an industry peak body she was previously the Managing Director of a not-for-profit, member-based organisation in the business tourism (convention) industry.
Christine will provide an overview of the role national peak body LASA plays in supporting the Aged Care industry and will highlight some key events and opportunities on the 2018 calendar for Western Australia.
Tarryn Brady, Dementia Advisor, Dementia Australia
Dementia remains largely misunderstood and stigmatised. Tarryn will dispel some of the myths and misconceptions around dementia, and outline the services that Dementia Australia offer across regional areas. One of the newest training tools, EDIE will be introduced, and there will be an opportunity for a lucky few to experience using the virtual reality training tool, giving insight into the lived experience of someone living with dementia, and the way the environment can create significant challenges. This is a unique opportunity to learn about this powerful tool, which can be harnessed to deliver better support and better outcomes for people living with dementia.
Melissa Young, Business Development Manager, TADWA
Staying independent at home is important for all of us, particularly older people in the community. Thinking and planning about the built environment is an important factor in staying at home. Come along and hear about what’s possible with physical and digital assistive technologies to help your customers stay at home longer.
Radek Kotlarczyk, Regional Manager, Prime Super
Radek has worked at Prime Super as a Regional Manager for 8 years. He has worked in the financial services industry for over 15 years. Radek is interested in assisting both employers and their employees with their superannuation obligations and understanding the superannuation environment.
Proudly Sponsored by:
Prime Super is an independent profit-to-members superannuation fund and our members are at the heart of everything we do. Prime Super offers straightforward superannuation solutions to empower you to grow, manage and protect your wealth and retirement income. We take the complexity out of super and investments so that you can get on with what matters to you.
We have provided super and retirement solutions to Australians for over 20 years. From beginnings in rural Australia, we have expanded to represent a diverse range of workers across multiple industries. The Fund manages more than $3.5 billion in funds for over 115,000 members.
Visit our website: www.primesuper.com.au or you can call our free call number on 1800 675 839 for any superannuation requirements.