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Sex in Rome

Written by on Sunday, March 18, 2018 in Training
Sex in Rome

A world class conference exploring the rights of older people, particularly LGBTI communities, to have their relationships, sexuality & intimacy needs respected.

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Death on the Beach

Written by on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 in Training
Death on the Beach

Capacity presents – Psychiatry, palliative care, geriatrics and law to extend the concept of successful or healthy ageing to “Healthy Dying” .

We have limited places and the Conferences get booked out early. To avoid disappointment, REGISTER NOW

When: Thursday 1st March 2018

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Investigating elder abuse in India

Written by on Thursday, September 7, 2017 in News
Investigating elder abuse in India

Capacity Australia provided grant funding to support the work of Mangal Kardile, psychologist In India. Mangal developed a community education and awareness program on elder abuse and dementia, tailored and delivered to local police who support the Kumbh-Mela festival, to prevent and address the problem of elder abuse by abandonment. India’s Hindu festival of Kumbh-Mela […]

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National Supported Decision Making Conference – Programme at a Glance

Written by on Friday, August 14, 2015 in Uncategorized
National Supported Decision Making Conference – Programme at a Glance

10:00 am Registration 10:15 – 10:20 am Opening: Conjoint Prof Carmelle Peisah,  Old Age Psychiatrist, Conjoint Professor UNSW; President Capacity Australia; 10:20 – 11:00 am Keynote Address: Emeritus Professor Terry Carney AO, FAAL, The University of Sydney, NSW Australia, Visiting Research Professor, UTS, (Sydney), Past President (2005-2007) International Academy of Law and Mental Health TOPIC: […]

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Capacity Australia launches E-Learning Tool for Bank Staff

Written by on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 in Uncategorized
Capacity Australia launches E-Learning Tool for Bank Staff

Capacity Australia has released for purchase an online E-Learning Tool for Bank Staff on Financial abuse and dementia, developed using a $50,000 grant from the UNSW Dementia Collaborative Research Centre.  The tool, developed in collaboration with Australian online adaptive learning company, Smart Sparrow, teaches bank staff to better understand dementia, financial capacity, supported decision-making, signs of […]

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