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Being Curious

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Date:
July 23
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free – $20
Event Category:

Other

Trainer
Kim Thoday, Educator and Senior Consultant
Trainer Short Bio
Kim has worked for Eldercare (SA) since 2010 as a residential care chaplain and, more recently, as both a chaplain and a project manager, assisting with the development of a ten-year strategic business plan for the organisation. Kim is also a serving chaplain with the RAAF and was a police chaplain for over ten years. Kim has wide-ranging experience as a spiritual care supervisor, key-note speaker and conference presenter. His subject matter has ranged from peace activism, spiritual care of people living with dementia, spirituality and postmodernity and, the intersection of faith and politics in Australian history. Kim has extensive and diverse experience in project management and consultancy -0 in community, government, faith community and corporate contexts. Kim is also an amateur astronomer and is involved with the Planetarium at the University of SA. Kim is currently working on a PhD thesis through the department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations at Macquarie University.

July 23 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free – $20

Being Curious is a series of presentations from local and national initiatives who are curious about enhancing the lives of diverse populations in the community. This series will engage the listener with projects that will encourage you to get more curious. Once your curiosity is sparked, it will kindle further action to engage with these projects, connect older people from your service to them or even ignite your own ventures.

This is an opportunity to find out more about grass roots ideas which aim to impact the lives of marginalised or vulnerable people by strengthening their capacities physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

 

Thursday 23 July: Engaging the workforce in integrated spiritual care; Meaningful Ageing Australia

Integrated contemporary spiritual care remains elusive for many organisations.  Drawing on the work of Meaningful Ageing Australia and his experience working for a service provider, Kim will showcase some of the most effective ways to bring down barriers and engage teams in this vital component of holistic care.  The presentation is interactive and includes seeing some of our most loved videos.

 

Presentations in the 2020 series include:

  • Tuesday 25 February:  Physical Activity: Foundation to active ageing; Active Ageing Australia
  • Friday 20 March: Insights into Better Consumer Engagement; The Plug=in (COTA SA)
  • Wednesday 29 April: Moving Towards Wellness through Self-Management; LEAP SA
  • Tuesday 26 May:  Reframing Retirement; Mindset for Life
  • Tuesday 11 June: Opening Doors; Ageing 2.0 Adelaide
  • Tuesday 23 June: The Forgotten Australians Aged Care Project; RASA & Helping Hand

 

Our role is to support the Aged Services sector in developing the capacity of older people and the workforce which assists them to access their best lives. Our aim is to share information about these organisations and projects because they are striving to enhance the experiences of older people in the community.

It is essential to book in as space will be limited for the Mile End venue. We hope you will be able to log in to view these presentations live or listen later at your convenience.

These sessions will begin at 10am. Grab a coffee and join us in Being Curious!

Venue

ACSA SA Offices
Building 3, Level 1, 32-56 Sir Donald Bradman Drive
Mile End, SA Australia
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Phone:
8338 7111

Tickets

27 available
Being Curious : Engaging the workforce in integrated spiritual care (CHSP)Free
27 available
Being Curious : Engaging the workforce in integrated spiritual care (ACSA Member incl GST)$20.00