The health and wellbeing of carers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with cognitive impairment and dementia

2022wed09feb5:00 pmThe health and wellbeing of carers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with cognitive impairment and dementia

Event Details

Overview

Let’s CHAT Dementia Webinar Series – Webinar 5 (of 6)

Join Roslyn Malay and Dr Wendy Allan as they discuss best practice clinical and cultural principles to identify and support the health and wellbeing of carers of older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who attend primary care.

We continue the story of Aunty Molly and her son Frank in this session, focussing on how caring for Molly has been impacting Frank, and the ways we can most effectively provide support to him.

This webinar is part of the Let’s CHAT Dementia Webinar Series

Objectives

  • Describe best practice clinical and cultural aspects of care for carers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living with cognitive impairment and dementia
  • Understand the importance of regular assessment of carer health and wellbeing and ways to incorporate into everyday practice
  • Learn ways to support the health and wellbeing of carers, their families and communities within the primary health care context

Suitable for people working in

  • Primary Care
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioners and health workers, nurses, allied health professionals and others who work in primary care.

Time

(Wednesday) 5:00 pm AEST

Location

Webinar