Act Belong Commit - It's Mental Health Week

During 2–10 October CommunityWest is supporting Mental Health Week 2015. Even though it’s important to focus on the consumer’s mental wellbeing, it's equally important to focus on your own – and that of your greatest asset - your staff.

Mental Health Week's theme this year is ‘Act Belong Commit.’

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CommunityWest is now an ISO accredited organisation

CommunityWest is proud to announce that it has been formally accredited with ISO 9001:2008 status.

Now when you work with CommunityWest, you are assured you are working with a quality organisation.

Find more information on CommunityWest's commitment to quality.


The 'Me' in Dementia

Alzheimer's Australia hosts the 'The Me in Dementia' symposium on 27 October from 9.00am-4.45pm at the Perth Convention Centre. 

Learn from international as well as national and local dementia experts; and discover practical ways of implementing a person-centred approach in your workplace.

Follow the link for more information and the event flyer.

New changes to WAAFI - latest communique

Two new enhancements have recently been made to the WAAFI, the online platform linked with the WA Assessment Framework. Catch up on the latest changes to this system designed to improve the client's assessment journey for home and community care services.

Read more: New changes to WAAFI - latest communique

Read the WA report on challenging community care with wellness

How did the Wellness Philosophy become a vital part of the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program in WA? This report written by Hilary O'Connell chronicles the sector’s journey to implement, adopt and embrace the approach. Find out more and download this free publication. 

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