Federal Budget: 2018-19: Indepth anaylsis 

This year’s Federal Budget is likely to include a substantial age services package and have significant implications for our industry.Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) CEO Sean Rooney will deliver an in-depth analysis of the Budget and what it means for providers of age services industry and their strategy and operations. LASA is pleased to present this nationally accessible opportunity open to all with an interest in the industry.

Date recorded: Friday 11 May 2018 To view the webinar please click here.

STATE OF THE INDUSTRY BRIEFING

Our industry is in a period of significant change. As we head into the next phase of reform with a number of influential reviews and their key recommendations helping shape the future of the sector – are you prepared?

Date recorded: Friday 4 May 2018 To view the webinar please click here

Food in Residential Aged Care Webinar

Join a panel of experts on best practice in nutrition and food in aged care – Hear directly from Cherie Hugo whose Bond University research report was at the centre of a media storm this week. – Ask questions and share your experiences.

Date Recorded:  Wednesday 28 February 2018 To view the webinar please click here

Notifiable Data Breach Requirements

Mandatory reporting requirements are increasing again, this time in relation to data breaches and the protection of information under the Privacy Act. The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2016 introduces new requirements that most aged care providers will need to comply with in the event of certain breaches of privacy of personal information. These amendments will commence on 23 February 2018 and to ensure Members are prepared, LASA is running an information session presented by Joanne O’Brien from CRH Law.

Date Recorded:  Tuesday 30 January, 2018 To view the webinar please click here

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