As part of the ongoing efforts to enhance the quality of aged care services, the Australian Government is adjusting the allocation of care minutes associated with each Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN-ACC) class.
From 1 October 2023, Registered Nurses (RNs), Enrolled Nurses (ENs) and Personal Care Workers (PCWs) or Assistants in Nursing (AINs, also known as nursing assistants) will be required to deliver an average of 200 minutes per resident per day, including 40 registered nurse minutes.
This informative webinar aims to equip aged care providers and professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the upcoming changes and their implications.
Join our clinical care consultant, Nigel McGothigan, who has been involved with AN-ACC from the beginning and has supported providers in the transition from ACFI to AN-ACC. Offering a comprehensive understanding of how to navigate the changes to aged care classification and how to meet the mandatory care minute requirements.
AN-ACC Class Minute Targets
Care Minutes vs Direct Care Minutes
Person Centred Software (An Example of Point of Care Activity)
RN/EN/PCW Care Minutes
Assessing and Recording Mandatory Care Minutes (A study in non clinical care associated care minutes)
Considerations for the Registered Nurse Workforce
What is the DoHA thinking
Where to from here?
Aged Care Managers, Clinical Leaders, Registered Nurses & AN-ACC Coordinators.
Monday, 27 November - 1:00pm - 4:00pm AEDT