The Grampians Regional Project Consultant is a unique position to the Grampians Region. The position is funded to approach workforce capacity building with funded organisations, wellness, reablement and restorative care implementation and to provide practical support to help funded organisations put new initiatives in place.
A key role of the Grampians Regional Project Consultant is to advocate and facilitate the application of new concepts in service delivery and act as a key communication point for regional projects and initiatives. Past projects have been targeted towards service delivery and practice improvement, such as medication, foot-care and continence.
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Aged Care Readiness Resources
Fact sheets developed for CHSP service providers in the Grampians Region to address essential practice in preparing for, and meeting their service and compliance obligations (Aged Care Quality Standards).
Note: Resources developed by ‘Quality Service Improvement’ for the Grampians Region Sector Development Team (December 2021).
See the overview Factsheet for further information, titled "Aged Care Standards Readiness Resources".
A number of resources were developed to assist all HACC-PYP and CHSP staff to understand the dynamics of having a continence problem, how it affects people, who can assist and what type of resources are available to help.
Please Note: The tools and resources were developed primarily for HACC-PYP – however all material also fits with CHSP requirements.
The Grampians Region Personal Care Protocol was developed in response to requests from Grampians Region HACC-PYP Personal Care Providers for the provision of a document that clarified their role in the timely and effective delivery of personal care services. This protocol does not govern or determine the practices of registered nurses as their practice is determined by their individual registration as a nurse. A further review of the Grampians Region Personal Care Protocol was undertaken by a focus group and via email in June 2017 and made available for distribution in February 2018. A revision was completed in 2020.
The Grampians Sector Development Team is supported by the Victorian Government and the Australian Government Department of Health. Although funding for this website has been provided by the Victorian or Australian Government, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of either government.
The Grampians Region Sector Development Team acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land which we live and work, their rich culture and spiritual connection to country. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and emerging.