Are your staff interested in a 4.5 hour face-to-face training session that will enhance the capacity of your service to more appropriately meet the needs of people with MND?
The aim of the MND Aware face to face training is to facilitate an awareness of the impact of motor neurone disease (MND), inform and resource front line staff on effective ways of responding to people with MND and enhance the capacity of existing services to more appropriately meet the needs of people with MND.
The MND Aware training has been specifically developed for health and community care providers including:
- community, home care, disability and aged care workers
- intake and referral staff
- NDIA staff
- case managers
- health, allied health and palliative care professionals
To date, 985 health and community care professionals have attended 37 sessions and 99% of them rated the training as very good to excellent.
To register select the date and venue from the calendar.
The face-to-face sessions are designed to complement the MND Aware web-based training sessions that can be accessed online at: MND Hub
The development of the MND Aware online and face-to-face training sessions has been supported by NSW Government Family & Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care and MND NSW.