Pam Grey – Nanyima Care – QLD

In completing their workplace activity, Pam presented the ‘STOP and WATCH’ Early Warning Tool to colleagues. “We are trying to increase staff clinical knowledge of the clinical signs of deterioration and utilise this tool as part…

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Fronditha Care, Clayton South VIC

Fronditha Care, Clayton South VIC

We’re so pleased to hear that the team at Fronditha Aged Care in Clayton ‘absolutely loved the education and have gained a lot from it. They enjoyed sharing their knowledge with others’. This is music to…

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Chris Winch – Adventist Senior Living Cooranbong

Chris completed a Reverse PEPA placement over 4 days at Adventist Senior Living in Cooranbong. Over the 4 days it became evident a gap in service was around grief and bereavement and how we honour those…

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Moua Fosita and Ganga Gurung – Fawkner Regis Aged Care

Moua and Ganga are personal care workers employed at Regis Aged Care Fawkner.  They attended 4 days of a reverse PEPA placement in February and March this year. They conducted an education session post their PEPA…

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Beverley Stutchbury – Mercy Place Warrnambool

I created a template that can show anyone who enters the resident’s room ‘what’s important’ to them. The template can be placed in their room so all staff & visitors can clearly see what is important…

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Mercy Place – Warrnambool

Following their reverse PEPA placement, Mercy Place Warrnambool held an educational workplace activity, aimed at teaching new staff how to recognise deterioration and document new changes using new charts. The activity resulted in better communication during…

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John Wesley Gardens – QLD

We collected some useful resources from the training and made a manual for staff to educate them about palliative care such as clinical assessment guidelines for identifying signs and symptoms of palliative resident, coping with grieve,…

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Ballarat Royal Freemasons Residential Aged Care – VIC

Following on from our reverse PEPA Aged Care Placement we decided to go with two projects. We have implemented a family room where family or staff if needed can go for some quite time or to…

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Estia Plenty Valley – VIC

The aim was to set up a palliative care resource box that is available for all staff to use, to improve communication at daily handover and share information gained from the PEPA Aged Care Placement. Following…

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Geegeelup Residential Aged Care Village – WA

Geegeelup Village is a small residential aged care service in rural WA. Co-workers discussed their knowledge of palliative care in residential aged care. We were able to improve outcomes for end of life care by setting…

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Sally Belford – Yea & District Memorial Hospital

Following the completion of the PEPA Aged Care Program our priority goal was to develop awareness and understanding of palliative care in our workplace in order to improve care to patients and support to families. A…

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Dorothy Field, Multicultural Aged Care

Staff had  wonderful opportunity to increase the Palliate care knowledge for our staff. Lot of discussion around real case scenario Education also included educator from community palliative referral team to form ongoing support for RACF For the…

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