This workshop is targeted at health professionals to develop their skills in caring for Aboriginal people and their families facing a life limiting illness and will explore the topic of cultural awareness in palliative care. The workshop will also include exploring cases with a palliative care specialist.
Topics covered include:
• History and Cultural awareness of Aboriginal people
• An introduction to culturally appropriate palliative care
Danny Ford, Kambarang Services
Danny Ford is a proud Nyoongar man who works as a consultant specializing in cultural awareness training. Danny has a high level of knowledge and experience with social welfare issues impacting on Aboriginal families and communities and is well regarded in the community as a person with a high level of commitment to addressing disadvantage. Danny has a Bachelor of Social Work, Curtin University, WA and a Diploma of Teaching, Mt Lawley Teachers College, WA. He currently is a Director of the Clontarf Foundation, Polly Farmer Foundation, and the Aboriginal Alcohol and Drugs Service.
Information and Online Registration: For more information and to register please see the Culture Centred Care an Indigenous Australian Perspective (306kb). Complete registration online at https://culture-centred-care-7-march-2018.eventbrite.com.au
Enquiries: please email email@example.com or phone 9382 9300
For more information on the Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA) visit the PEPA page.