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This short course packs a punch as it looks at how to recognise and respond to someone in crisis. The aim is to instil confidence in participants with regard to assisting those around them in times of crisis, and to increase awareness of mental health through discussion. The importance of taking care of self will also be covered. Designed to be discussion-based, this course is a great opportunity to get involved, ask questions and learn more about yourself and others.
In this seminar, speakers Brett Phillips (ORS) and Jo Twible (KJB Law) will give some regulatory and contractual perspectives on retirement villages in the ACT. Brett will provide an overview of the regulatory aspects of the Retirement Villages legislative framework, and Jo will outline an approach to reviewing a “Village Contract”.
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