Please find below resources from previous Bitesize Lunch and Learn sessions.

Setting goals is important for rehabilitation and patient-centred care. Having discussions with people who have a life limiting illness about Goals of Patient Care is also important during a hospital admission, to enable respect for patient choice and a dignified end of life.

Welcome to Kerryn Gidgup who has joined TRACS WA in February. 

TRACS WA's COVID-19 Rehabilitation Community of Practice met recently in March to explore the unique challenges of delivering rehabilitaiton services during a time of extreme disruption to Health services. We heard from a range of speakers, including:

Principles of Rehabilitation - eLearning Module complimenting our face-to-face training.
This consists of three case studies that each examine the journey of a patient in rehabilitation.
The Neurological Needs Checklist which aims to help people with long term neurological conditions and the people supporting them.

The Department of Health has been working with the Australian Digital Health Agency aiming to increase the use of Advance Care Planning (ACP) documents and Goals of Patient Care (GoPC)