|The third forum of the HealthWest ASM Project focusing on identifying, exploring and prioritising the issues raised when working collaboratively to provide assessment and care planning in HACC services with an ASM approach.|
||The Active Service Approach in HACC: Working together to provide better Assessment and Care Planning|
||Closing date exceeded|
||Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 09:00AM|
||Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 01:30PM|
||Monday, April 16, 2012 at 05:00PM|
||Sunshine Golf Club|
475 Mt Derrimut Rd, Derrimut
- Provide networking opportunities.
- Identify, explore and prioritise the issues raised when working collaboratively to provide assessment and care planning.
- Strengthen a shared ASM approach to assessment and care planning, by developing shared principles, language and skills.
What are the benefits of attending?
- Learn from a consumer about the experience of a shared assessment and care planning approach.
- Hear how others worked together to form a protocol around completing shared assessments and care plans.
- Better understand the impact of the ASM approach and its implications on the assessment and care planning process.
- Have input into planning how western HACC agencies can further improve the collaborative aspects of service provision such as sharing of client information, joint assessments, and joint care planning.
Who should attend?
Staff involved in HACC assessment and care planning and service coordination including:
- assessment officers,
- allied health workers,
- social support program leaders,
- coordinators and managers of these staff.
This is the third of three ASM forums as part of the HealthWest collaborative ASM Project. Project members are Brimbank City Council/Mecwacare, Djerriwarrh Health Services, Hobsons Bay City Council, ISIS Primary Care, Maribyrnong City Council, Melton Shire Council, RDNS, Western Region Health Centre and Wyndham City Council.