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Meet our team members at one of these events across Australia.

Conference Name: Mission Impossible? Truth & Lies in the age of choice

Date: 7th June – 8th June 2018  Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Please visit the conference website by clicking here This year, they have chosen a theme of ‘Choice’ to bring together speakers from across the world, including Australian thought leaders, to ask the hard and highly relevant questions facing our aged
care industry: What does choice mean within current care contexts? What about end-of-life choices? And what does good end-of-life care mean for a person with dementia? We want to consider every aspect of choice as it relates to community, residential, hospital and specialist care environments for people with complex needs.

Mirus Australia: Please meet Michael Dalichau and the team from Mirus Australia at the internet and recharge lounge. For more information or to make plans to meet with us, please contact us here

 

Conference Name: LASA NSW State Conference 2018

Date: 6th June – 8th June 2018. Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Please visit the conference website by clicking here An invitation to join the 2018 New South Wales State Conference. The conference provides a forum for industry leaders, managers and practitioners to come together, learn, celebrate, network and share ideas with their peers. In this period of significant change across the Age Services Industry, we are surrounded by talk of disruption, innovation and the need for providers to embrace both. LASA has carefully crafted our conference programs to provide you with up to date, relevant, practical tools and insights to assist and motivate you to not only survive in the increasingly competitive marketplace but more importantly to thrive

Mirus Australia: Please join our team for session discussions or catch up for a coffee/tea. For more information or to make plans to meet with us, please contact us here

 

Conference Name: Aged Care Workforce Forum

Date: 26th June – 28th June 2018 Location: Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Please visit the conference website by clicking here Akolade’s Aged Care Workforce Forum for 2018 will showcase innovative strategies and solutions to recruit, engage and retain new streams of talent; improve job quality; transform workplace culture and operations in order to enable carers to provide competitive, person-centred quality services. Representatives from key organisations within government; industry peaks; providers; unions and consumer representatives will come together to outline, discuss and clarify the part each group will play in the strategic roadmap to growing and improving the aged care workforce and how best to regulate personal care workers.

Mirus Australia: Please join James Price, Managing Director and Sara Golding, Workforce Specialist for session discussions or catch up for a coffee/tea. For more information or to make plans to meet with us, please contact us here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference Name: 2nd Annual Palliative, Aged & Dementia Care Forum

Date: 3rd – 5th July 2018  Location: Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Please visit the conference website by clicking here Spanning across 3 days encompassing pertinent and comprehensive topics in Palliative, Aged & Dementia Care, this 2nd year running forum will highlight even more award-winning and highly endorsed innovative models of care, featuring key areas like pain management, telehealth, assistive technologies, aged care funding models and many other novel best practices in the ageing landscape.

Mirus Australia: Mirus Australia Director, Robert Covino will be guest speaking at this conference. For more information or to make plans to meet with Robert, please contact us here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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