Exploring Diversity & Wellness, A Toolkit for reflective conversations
The Exploring Diversity & Wellness toolkit has been designed to support conversations and learning opportunities to broaden the understanding of the many people we work with. This toolkit provides a foundation to explore diversity, inclusion, wellness and reablement through case studies for organisations providing Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP).
If you are new to this resource it is recommended you download the Welcome Guide & Matrix for further information. To access the online resource, click on each of the individual icons below within the Matrix, this will allow you to open specific documents & use them accordingly. Each Topic has an individual Facilitator Guide & Question Card. To access the Case Studies click on the relevant icon in line with the Topic you wish to discuss. Please note there are short animated clips for some of the case studies, these are accessible when clicking on the relevant case studies or by clicking the link below.
Certain Case Studies have been chosen as being relevant to explore based on the different Service Types. Click on the relevant Case Study in line with your Service Type in the table below. To access the individual Facilitator Guide & Question Card for the Topic you wish to discuss click on the Guide & Card section in the matrix above.
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