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Older adults must be treated with dignity and respect by an appropriately trained workforce
The Royal Commission into Aged Care has published a report that calls for greater staff training for people that work in aged care settings so that they can provide quality and safe services that improve quality of life and promote human rights.
This year, the aged care system has been under intense scrutiny and pressure, with failures in care being brought to the fore during the pandemic.
The report outlines 10 shared principles that aim to help overcome these problems and ensure older Australians get support when and where they need it, whilst being treated with dignity and respect, by an appropriately trained workforce.
The principles include:
Maybo training aims to ensure older adults and people living with dementia are treated with respect and dignity and that their individual needs are being understood and being met, whilst preventing distress and improving quality of life.
Our training, delivered online, via virtual classrooms or face-to-face, develops learners to provide effective, person-centred care without restricting a person's liberty or autonomy.