Trauma informed care with older Australians
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts as they unpack the long-lasting impacts of trauma and explore how practitioners can utilise trauma informed care to better support older Australians.
Through a facilitated panel discussion about trauma informed care, participants will:
- Discuss how the long-lasting effects of trauma can influence the life of older Australians.
- Outline the types of treatment and support sought by older people who have experienced trauma.
- Explore practical tips and strategies to engage in trauma informed care with older people.
- Identify ways to improve interdisciplinary collaboration and referral pathways in the care of older people.
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