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Moving forward with COVID Risk Mitigation 24 Nov 2022: Webinar recording and presentation package

Webinar recording and presentation notes to support provider responsibilities for COVID-19 risk mitigation following removal of pandemic orders and requirements.

Addressing Occupational Violence in the Victorian Disability Sector: An overview

This paper provides an overview of the finding of a desktop review of key factors in addressing Occupational Violence in the Disability Sector

Understanding key factors that impact Disability Support Worker Retention

A summary of key factors impacting worker retention identified in a desktop review of academic literature and workforce report.

Person-Centred Practice Across Cultures resources

Person-Centred Practice Across Cultures resources

Person-Centred Practice Across Cultures is a series of resources focusing on the crucial importance of cultural awareness and sensitivity in disability support and service delivery.

The below 14 workbooks assist you to be sensitive to and maximise cultural and linguistic diversity in your work. They cover issues such as choice and control for CALD customers, attracting people, engaging with local communities, bilingual workers and interpreters, and the business case for culturally-sensitive service delivery.

The Person-Centred Practice Across Cultures project was designed by futures Upfront for NDS. Funding was provided by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care.

Empathy

Active Listening

Choice-making

Reflective Practice

Working Effectively with Interpreters

Terminology and Data

Making the Business Case

Creating a Culturally-responsive Person-centred Organisation

Leading Towards Cultural Responsiveness

Building a Diverse Workforce

Valuing Bilingual Workers

One Community at a Time

Making Links

Cross-cultural Story-based Marketing

Contact information

For any enquiries about the Person-Centred Practice Across Cultures resources, please contact: Indre McGlinn, Senior Communications Officer, 02 9256 3181, submit enquiry/feedback