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Essential Knowledge on Restrictive Practices in Home Care Settings

Workshop overview:

The “Essential Knowledge on Restrictive Practices in Home Care” workshop will offer practical strategies for managing restrictive practices in home care settings. Participants will gain an understanding of restrictive practices, their implications, and the importance of person-centred care. Through interactive discussions and case study analyses, participants will learn to identify, categorise, and understand the process to implement restrictive practices appropriately. 

Participants will explore relevant legislation, and ethical standards surrounding restrictive practices, ensuring compliance, and the maintenance of dignity and autonomy of older adults. Through practical examples and step-by-step instructions, participants learn best practices for assessing client’s needs and developing behavioural support plans that prioritise well-being. 

Through case studies and small group discussions, participants will explore restrictive practices and learn how to promote holistic care in home care settings. By encouraging a culture of person-centred care, participants can further enhance their skills to support the quality of life and safety of older adults, as well as their mental well-being.  

Who should attend: 

This workshop is ideal for team leaders, care managers, support workers delivering CHSP and home care services

Outcomes of this workshop:

  • Understand the concept of restrictive practices in home care and the implications for older adults’ autonomy and well-being. 
  • Identify different types of restrictive practices commonly encountered in home care settings and their potential impact on clients. 
  • Learn how to identify the need for and appropriateness of restrictive practices based on individual client needs and circumstances. 
  • Understand the process for implementing restrictive practices ethically. 
  • Familiarisation with relevant legislation and guidelines governing the use of restrictive practices in home care. 
  • Analyse case studies and real-world scenarios to apply knowledge and critical thinking skills in decision-making regarding restrictive practices. 

About the facilitators:

Tim Moore

Tim Moore is a specialist in home care. He has spent over 4 years in home care management and previously worked within the NDIS. Tim’s passion lies in empowering providers to assist clients to achieve greater independence and improve their quality of life. He holds a degree in social science (sociology & psychology) with a business diploma.

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Jane Floyd

Jane Floyd holds post graduate qualifications in Commerce, Marketing, Management, Public Relations, Communication Management and Government Administration. Jane is a qualified Internal Auditor with more than 20 years’ experience in health, home and community care. Jane is an experienced non-executive director on health and aged care boards.

Jane provides specialist advice and consultation services to home and community care providers on a range of business needs. These include organisational and clinical governance, customer experience reviews, change management, quality performance reviews, training and development, risk and compliance, strategic planning, business performance and assisting providers respond to non-compliance audits and sanctions.

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DisclaimerThe CHSP Provider Ticket price is subsidised by Sector Support and Development (SSD) funded by the Australian Department of Health. Although funding for this session has been provided by the Australian Government, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government.

Date: 10 September 2024

Time: 1.30pm – 3.30pm AEST

Cost:

ACCPA Member:

  • 1 – 2 people: $289 (GST inc) each
  • 3 – 10 people: $260 (GST inc) each

Additional member discounts apply for groups of 11 and greater. Contact  for a discussion.              

Non Member: $462 (GST inc)

CHSP Ticket: $50 

Date: 13 February 2025

Time: 1.30pm – 3.30pm AEDT

Cost:

ACCPA Member:

  • 1 – 2 people: $289 (GST inc) each
  • 3 – 10 people: $260 (GST inc) each

Additional member discounts apply for groups of 11 and greater. Contact  for a discussion.              

Non Member: $462 (GST inc)

CHSP Ticket: $50

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