Education

Interactive Learning Modules

These interactive learning modules have been developed to help all involved in providing assistance, support and care to residents of Wami Kata and elderly indigenous peoples.

These modules have been developed to:

  • help understand all  culture aspects
  • recognise culture differences and its importance when working with Indigenous Australians.
  • learn about care practices

The module is based on guiding principles. The module should take 30 – 60 minutes to complete and can be completed over multiple sessions.

The Wami Kata Old Folks Home Inc thanks the following people and organisations who contributed feedback and input, which has been invaluable in the development of this on-line training:

  • The Department of Health and Ageing for funding the project
  • Boab Health Services for using images from “Pop Arthur” Indigenous Palliative Care comic book
  • Robert Ticehurst,  Alwyn McKenzie, Colleen Grantham, and Xena Evans for voice over recording
  • Mandy Chapman – author of  Identity and Values module
  • Michelle Allen, Irene McKenzie and Mandy Chapman – authors of Cultural Care Practices module
  • Robert Ticehurst – author of Palliative Care module

Project, including website and eductaion modules, developed in cooperation with KB Facilitators Pty Ltd.

To gain access to Interactive Learning Modules you need to register and pay applicable fees (temporarily the access is free of charge).

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