Older Persons Advocacy Network organisations offer free education sessions to a range of consumers groups.
The primary audience for consumer education sessions are people receiving or seeking to receive Commonwealth funded aged care services and their families and representatives.
Network organisation can also deliver education session to social interest groups and support groups with an interest in aged care services.
Consumer education sessions focus on your rights and responsibilities when receiving Commonwealth funded aged care services.
These education sessions also detail the role of advocacy and explain how advocacy can support people who are unhappy with their aged care services.
Older Persons Advocacy Network Organisations also offer free education and information sessions to providers of Commonwealth funded aged care services.
These sessions explore the topic What is advocacy? in the context of the National Aged Care Advocacy program.
Provider education sessions aim to remind providers of the rights and responsibilities of consumers receiving Commonwealth funded aged care services. The sessions also educate providers on the important role advocacy can play in continuous quality improvement.
To book a free consumer or provider education session Phone 1800 700 600.
Older Persons Advocacy Network organisations in some states can also offer individually tailored education on a fee for service basis to suit the needs of your organisation or small group.
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