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  THE EXPERIENCED CARER e2




ISBN 9780170355445

Author/Module Code: CROFT

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Senior frontline carers – both in HACC and residential settings – are central to making ageing a positive and largely self-managed experience. This training manual seeks to target the advanced care and frontline leadership skills of senior carers. In doing so it reflects the Community Services Training Package competencies for the Certificate IV level award for aged care work.

The Experienced Carer 2e covers all of the compulsory competencies, plus the most popular electives from the Certificate IV in Aged Care, with detailed mapping documents to accompany. This new edition now includes learning content on Home and Community Care (HACC) in this context.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Clients with complex needs
1. Introducing the experienced carer
2. Major aged care and HACC client groups: Frail aged, disability, CALD and ATSI peoples
3. The older person with complex care needs: common chronic conditions
4. The older person with complex care needs: dementia

Part 2 Applying advanced care skills
5. Your role in confirming the client’s physical health status
6. Your role in applying advanced care skills
7. Your role in medications
8. Your role in palliative care

Part 3 Responding to the aged care operational environment
9. Service delivery planning and monitoring in aged care and community services
10. Administrative and information system requirements for frontline aged care managers
11. The legal and ethical context of aged care and HACC services

Part 4 Coordinating and managing the aged care effort
12. Your role as the leader and mentor of a care team
13. Your role in dealing with emergencies
14. Your role in contributing to a safe work environment

Appendix 1: Basic anatomy and physiology
Appendix 2: WHS foundations: Fire safety, manual handling and infection control


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