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Immunisation coverage for one and five year olds has increased since 2009. We have reached the target of 95 per cent for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander five year olds.
Immunisation coverage for one, two and five year olds has increased since 2008. We have not reached the aspirational target of 95 per cent yet but we are close.
Standard operating procedures (SOP) provide an ability to define the steps and processes required to undertake a given activity. This can be critical in setting team expectations and to identify the requirements - such as training or coaching - needed to complete the SOP.
The self-assessment provides an overview of the elements you need to adopt wellness and reablement in your CHSP. It includes scoring to measure the current level of organisational readiness, helps to identify areas of focus or improvement, and enables a baseline to be developed for future progress.
While organisations have their own style and way of doing things, every CHSP must actively adopt wellness and reablement approaches, as this is the foundation of the broader program. This checklist helps to review how your organisation has embedded a culture supporting wellness and reablement.
This template steps out guidance on how to incrementally review, plan and deploy improvements within your CHSP organisation. Continuous improvement is cyclical and changes should be continuously reviewed and evaluated to ensure they are fit-for-purpose and will meet your organisational needs.
Designed as a practical tool to assist CHSP management teams to plan and undertake change activities within your organisation. It provides a process to systematically identify and capture change activities through a change management template and provides examples to help get started.
Provides CHSP managers with support to implement change at an organisational level to embed, review and establish continuous improvement mechanisms on wellness and reablement. The toolkit is designed for use with the Practical Guide to Embed Wellness and Reablement which focuses on service delivery.
Through questions, this template aims to develop a greater understanding of the effectiveness of service delivery techniques in shifting towards wellness and reablement by considering what worked well, if there were barriers, what were they and what could be done differently to support clients.
In developing person-centred goals for clients, there is no one-size-fits all but there are certain guiding principles that can help you develop individual goals for your clients. The SMARTA approach is demonstrated with examples for each element, including a goal-setting checklist.
A one-page document explaining the concept of wellness and reablement for CHSP support workers. It identifies eight underlying elements - or key principles - of wellness and reablement, including how these can be applied to an overall service delivery approach with their clients.
Outlines a whole-of-person approach across three key areas of wellness: mind, body, and social connectedness. Includes sample questions to gain an understanding of what is important to the client, so that with the information in the assessment, an individualised care plan can be developed.
Guidance to introduce reablement practices into everyday service delivery to help empower clients do what they can for themselves. This may involve different ways of doing a task or offering choices, which can increase confidence and motivation, in turn linking to increased social connectedness.
This infographic provides a weekly traffic light report of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation across Australia issued on 21 January 2021.Part of a collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19) common operating picture
How to have a conversation on wellness and reablement with the client (without using the word reablement) by instead defining and illustrating your delivery approach and how doing with, rather than for, can benefit the client. Includes benefits to clients, their carers’ and/or families.
Sets out the principles of effective care planning and includes a checklist to step out the client requirements. For example, their circumstances, goal, actions (and who is responsible: the client, family or carer, or the service provider), the frequency of services and review dates.
This practical guide is for all CHSP organisations. It covers to support their intake processes, develop care plans, and deliver support focussing on client strengths to continue living at home as independently as they can.
This report lists all the currently accredited BreastScreen Australia services by state and territory.
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form to record the Service and/or SCU’s performance against those NAS Measures in which they are responsible for. It must be submitted as part of an application for accreditation.
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form to re-apply for accreditation every 4 years.
Accredited general practices are invited to submit an expression of interest (EOI) to participate in Phase 1b of the national rollout strategy, planned to commence in March 2021.
This publication provides an update from Adjunct Professor John Skerritt, leader of the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). The publication explains the TGA process for assessing and approving COVID-19 vaccines and how they make sure the vaccines are safe and effective.
This infographic provides a quick view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Australia on 21 January 2021.Part of a collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19) at a glance infographic collection