European tour for professionals in aged and disability care

European tours for professionals in aged & disability care (Australia)

I came across this advertisement through the Telehealth and Telecare Aware newsletter I receive. I immediately contacted Elizabeth Dodd to see if it was possible I could join in the tour while they are here in Denmark, or if I could be of any help in finding places to visit or contacts while here. After some weeks of email correspondence to work out a price (I wouldn’t be joining the whole tour, and I won’t need any of the accommodation, meals, or transportation), we agreed that I could join the group while they are here in Denmark for 2 days and I will make a webinar for them at a later date in lieu of payment! I am SUPER excited about this!!

Sydney-based Community Resourcing Worldwide and CORAL (The Community of Regions for Assisted Living) have three Professional Development Tours to Europe primarily for Australian professionals. These tours are designed as professional exchanges of best practices with international experts in community aged and disability care to explore practice, policy and funding models. Visits are arranged to state-of-the-art facilities and community initiative programs that exhibit innovative approaches to service delivery, selected to showcase outstanding approaches to service delivery and innovation. Particular focus has been made on the application of assistive, enabling and operational technologies which are significantly changing the service and workforce models deployed as well as achieving greater health and social outcomes for the consumers of services.

  1. 8 June 2015, starting in Geneva and held in conjunction with the 13th International Conference On Smart Homes and Health Telematics (ICOST 2015)
  2. 15 June, Netherlands-Denmark
  3. 22 June, Catalonia

CRW website. Tour information and registration PDF. Or you may contact Elizabeth Dodd on 0457 838 570 for more information:

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