This is a series of podcasts around the subject of Wellness and Reablement entitled – ‘Joining the dots’ ©2021 My Aged Care.

Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) Reablement training Podcasts

These podcasts are posted on the My Aged Care podbean site. If you would like more information or to leave a comment for My Aged Care, please link to their podcast site. You can also listen to the podcasts below.

This is a series that’s all about making each and every day as good as it can be, wherever we call home, for whoever lives there and whatever their status.

Asking the question “What can we do today that will give you a good day?”

Content of interest for Homecare Providers

In our ‘For Home Care Providers’ section, we have a variety of information, tools, and resources you may find useful. Below is a sample of our most popular items. Click on a heading to view the article.
  • Elderly aboriginal couple
    Reablement and Diversity
    Wellness and Reablement approaches apply to people from all cultural backgrounds. It is important that the information they receive is culturally appropriate and understood by the individual and there are opportunities provided to optimise their independence and well-being.
  • Three older ladies taking a walk in the park in autumn
    Let’s talk Wellness and Reablement
    This approach known as wellness and reablement builds on people’s strengths and goals to promote greater independence and autonomy.
  • Assessor meeting client to discuss their plan
    A Wellness and Reablement approach – A cultural change
    Staff  at every level within the organisation need to view success through the lens of the consumer who no longer requires support or requires a decrease in support, as they have been assisted in gaining or regaining a skill or confidence to achieve their goal/s.
  • Implementing Reablement
    The implementation of short term Reablement support involves active assessment, goal setting, planning, positive risk taking, and a focus on outcomes.
  • Living well with dementia
    There are potential benefits associated with exercise, including helping people living with dementia to maintain or improve everyday function and independence.

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