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Resources For Members – Web Links

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Ageing and Disability Commission
Australian Association of Gerontology – AAG
Australian College of Mental Health Nurses
Older Adults Mental Health Special Interest Group – ACMHN
Australian College of Nursing
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)

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Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry
Dementia Support Australia (DSA)
Dementia Behaviour Management  Advisory Service (DBMAS) – Dementia Support Australia 
Severe Behaviour Response Teams (SBRT) – Dementia Support Australia
Dementia Australia (DA)
Insights into Hospital Dementia Experience Workshop
Dementia Training Australia – University of Wollongong (UOW)
Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration – University of Wollongong (UOW)

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Key Features of the Model of Care – NSW Older People’s Mental Health Community Services

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Living Well in Later Life – a Case for Change

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National Institute on Aging – NIA
National Institutes of Health – NIH

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Older Person’s Mental Health Services, NSW Health

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Preventing and responding to abuse of older people (Elder Abuse) NSW Interagency Policy Released June 2018
PGNA Facebook Closed Group

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Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre – University of Tasmania

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The Dementia Care Competency & Training Network provides online dementia education aimed to improve clinician knowledge in supporting and caring for people with dementia and also assists clinicians to translate learning into practice by certifying clinical competence Five, clinician facilitated, programs promote excellence in clinical practice by providing Person-Centred Care as the ethical framework, for staff working in acute, community or residential care. The courses are accessible 24/7 and free to NSW Health staff and our partners including members of the International Psychogeriatric Association (IPA).

PGNA members also have free access to this training network. Presentation of current PGNA membership receipt is required to apply.

For more information and to register on the site click on this link http:/dementiacare.health.nsw.gov.au