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Do It Differently

For health professionals who explore, share, and connect about ageing and dementia care

A webinar series hosted by Tamar Krebs, founder of Group Homes Australia

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This webinar series is for busy health professionals who are multi-tasking and managing competing priorities
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A certificate of attendance is available for continuous professional development points
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For health professionals who like to challenge and want to do it differently

Which topics will be covered?

June

Wednesday 30th Jun 12:30 – 1pm

Do we know what the best solution is?

– Spoiler Alert: The answer is no.

July

Wednesday 28th Jul 12:30 – 1pm

When your brain has 29 tabs open and your internet drops out

– When the brain changes.

August

Wednesday 25th Aug 12:30 – 1pm

Can we have it all together?

– Understanding the family story and dynamics when choosing care

September

Thursday 30th Sep 12:30 – 1pm

Come here! Go Away! Shut up!

– The unmet needs of the introvert and extravert when settling in.

October

Wednesday 27th Oct 12:30 – 1pm

Shoulda. Woulda. Coulda.

– Cherishing and curiosity when thinking creatively about care

November

Wednesday 24th Nov 12:30 – 1pm

Is there a social norm?

– Judging a life through whose eyes?

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About Tamar Krebs

Tamar is the founder of Group Homes Australia (GHA).

Tamar had a vision of the social model of aged care – creating small scale environments where those living with dementia can flourish.

Tamar’s favourite books are: Being Mortal (Atul Gawande), Dare to Lead (Brené Brown), The Little Prince (Antoine De Saint Exupert), and Man’s Search for Meaning (Viktor Frankyl)

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