Dr Audrey Weiner, President & CEO of The New Jewish Home, USA will be flying to Sydney, Australia on 7-8 February 2018 to lead the Australasia Ageing Masterclass 2018 focusing on ‘Small-scale living and vertical communities research outcomes'.
Ageing Asia is the first outside of USA to bring you newly released evidence-based findings on the impact of small-scale living and vertical developments! You will gain insights on new evidence-based knowledge, understanding of implementation variables, and key staff, elder and family member outcomes.
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
Over the 2-day extensive masterclass across 8 modules, you will learn the ability to evaluate your model of care against the Green House model in regard to clinical outcomes, financial success and experience for the elder, the staff and the family. Day One will provide an understanding of the model itself, its replicability and relevant clinical, economic and experience metrics. Day Two will provide an understanding of the model as articulated in a large urban area, exploring verticality.
Module 1: Small scale living for person directed care
Module 2: Re-engineering traditional design, staff and interactions
Module 3: Clinical experience
Module 4: Economic metrics of small house
Module 5: Vertical communities for person directed care
Module 6: Staffing in Green House Model
Module 7: The continuum of person-centred care in Manhatten – Results of the 2017 research
Module 8: The living centre of Manhattan
More about our masterclass lecturer
Dr. Audrey S. Weiner, DSW, MPH is President and CEO of The New Jewish Home in New York, which serves 12,000 elders each year through its post-acute rehabilitation, long term skilled nursing, senior housing, certified home health agency, adult day health care and care management services. She received her doctorate in Social Welfare Administration from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and her Masters in Public Health from Yale University. She is the founding editor of the Journal of Social Work in Long-Term Care. She edited the first text on culture change in long-term care with Judah Ronch, PhD, and in 2013 edited Culture Change in Elder Care and Models and Pathways for Person-Centered Elder Care, both published by Health Professionals Press and edited with Judah Ronch. She is a board member and immediate past chairperson of LeadingAge, past chairperson and member of board of the Continuing Care Leadership Coalition, the New York area non-profit long term care provider association, and a member of the Board of Greater New York Hospital Association. She Co-chairs Age-Friendly NYC.
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*Early bird tickets available till 5 January 2018