LASA TRI-STATE CONFERENCE 2018
The LASA Tri-State Conference returned to Albury to regain its title as the premier age services event across New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. The popular and well-respected conference is known for its friendly nature and accessibility to facilities in a regional location.
With over 40 educational sessions, over 50 speakers, and more than 30 trade exhibitors and sponsors, LASA’s Tri-State Conference 2018 was an event not to be missed. LASA looks forward to seeing you all again at the Tri-State Conference in 2019 for another year of excellent speakers and a wide variety of sponsors and exhibitors.
Please find below a list of the presentations from the speakers at the Tri-State Conference. Please note that only presentations that have been approved by the presenters have been uploaded.
Sunday 4 February 2018
Past, Present and Future Directions of Aged Care, Grant Corderoy, Senior Partner, StewartBrown
Lessons from Regulatory Case Studies, Ann Wunsch, Executive Director, Operations, The Australian Aged Care Quality Agency
Monday 5 February 2018
Dementia Friendly Communities – Two Perspectives, Dan Douglass, CEO, Heathcote Health, Sandra Slatter, Founder, Heathcote Community Capacity Builders, Lucy O’Flaherty FAIM MAICD, CEO, Glenview
Significant Refurbishment: Fair Game? A Review of its Implementation So Far, John Engeler, Executive Manager Asset and Property Services, SummitCare
Retirement Living – The State of Play, Paul Murphy, Principal Advisor Retirement Living and Seniors Housing, LASA
Inclusive Services Standard, Ljubica Petrov, Manager, Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing
What does choice look like in Residential Aged Care? What does it mean for your business? Doreen Power, CEO Lyndoch Living
Tuesday 6 February 2018
Changing Positions on the Field – Focusing on the Indirect Impact the Latest Changes to the Rule Book have on Retirement Village Operators and Residential Aged Care Providers, Amber Cartwright, Senior Finance Consultant, Ansell Strategic
Moving Home: Health/Aged Care Partnerships for Older People with Severe Behavioural and/or Mental Health Needs in RACFs, Emily Gilfillan, Associate Director, Billard Leece Partnership
Leading the Pack in Aged Care Good Governance, Catherine Maxwell FGIA, Director, Policy & Advocacy, Governance Institute of Australia Ltd
The Changing Credit Landscape in Australia. What it means to you, Neil McKay, CEO, SME Finance Group
Disruption Ahead – The Health Care Industry in the Next Decade, Saeed Khan, NSW Digital Health Leader, Ernst and Young