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Wellness and Reablement is everybody's business with KeepAble

6 May 2021

 

 

 

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ILA is thrilled to officially launch KeepAble, a new online collaborative wellness and reablement knowledge hub at www.keepable.com.au, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health, through the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP).

KeepAble is a sector support and development initiative focused on supporting home support service providers to evolve their service models by embedding wellness and reablement approaches that will help clients remain independent for longer.

KeepAble provides easy access to trusted wellness and reablement resources based on good practice, and aims to drive attitudinal change toward ageing, and practice change in how home support services are delivered nationally.

ILA’s Principal Advisor on Wellness and Reablement Hilary O’Connell said: “the new resource hub has multi-tiered benefits for home care organisations, their staff, clients, and carers. 

“We noticed there was a lot of information about wellness and reablement in different places and formats, which became time consuming for community aged care providers to find.” 

KeepAble will be an exhibitor at the ACSA National Online Summit  from 17 to 21May 2021. 

To be kept informed, gain access to resources, or find out more about KeepAble, complete the ‘Contact Us’ form   visit: www.keepable.com.au  or email keepable@ilaustralia.org.au.