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Run over two weeks, ‘Essential Conversations’ is an online series of thought-provoking briefings and masterclasses that cover topical issues that may be controversial (and perhaps not discussed...

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WA Sector Readiness Project: Ordering, Receiving, Storage and Reconciliation of S8 and PRN Medications

For service providers in Western Australia, this workshop will provide an overview of NDIS provider responsibilities in relation to S8 and PRN medications and the importance of continuity of supports.

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Defensible Documentation

Defensible Documentation workshops are an opportunity for organisations to send staff to learn effective methods of record keeping.
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NDIS Commission Masterclass 2: Health Checks and Lifestyle Interventions

Professor Julian Trollor of the UNSW will share research and practical resources in an interactive Masterclass on supporting health checks and promoting healthly lifestyle choices.

Defensible Documentation

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Location: National (online)
Date: 8/09/2022
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Usually offered as an in-house workshop or training and 1:1 coaching, this virtual workshop is an opportunity for organisations to send staff to discuss effective methods of record keeping, and learn the leading method to document professional, legal and competent progress notes. 

This workshop covers:

  • Legal requirements of progress note documentation
  • Correct language and words to communicate factual information respectfully
  • Tips for simplifying documentation and ensuring it's relevant and reader-friendly
  • Duty of care - what it means and how to evidence it
  • The recommended format for documenting care and support, risks, incidents, complaints and informed risk taking
  • The 2 'C's of consent to defensibly document choice and refusal of care
  • Practice writing defensible notes

Event Details

Tuesday, 8 September 1:00pm to 4:00pm AEST Zoom Online Meeting

This workshop is limited to 20 participants.

Who is this for?

Open to all disability and allied health staff in the disability sector.


Member: $215 plus GST per person
Non-Member: $305 plus GST per person

Please note tickets are not to be shared - one ticket per attendee.

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Alicia Perry, Learn and Develop Coordinator, 03 8341 4307, submit enquiry/feedback