About Community Care Toolkit
Our goal is to support aged care providers in providing the best possible care to their clients and loved ones. We believe that by investing in the professional development of those who care for the elderly, we can make a positive impact on the lives of many.
Why Choose Us
The Community Care Toolkit was created in response to the growing need for online aged care training. We provide over 30 expertly designed modules to expand the skills of those who provide care to the elderly - whether in a professional setting or at home.
The care providers who use our toolkit range from nurses and social workers to family members and friends. But they all have one thing in common: a commitment to providing the best possible care for their loved ones.
We are committed to providing quality aged care education, and our modules are regularly updated to ensure that they remain relevant and up-to-date.
Our Approach: Our modular approach means that carers can pick and choose the modules that are most relevant to them, and our online delivery means that they can access the training at a time and place that suits them.
Training Topics Included
These modules will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to administer medication in an aged care setting.
Designed to support aged care providers with information and resources on advanced care planning and end of life care.
Training to support aged care professionals in enhancing their personal care practice.
3 online learning resources designed to support aged care providers in delivering high-quality care to people living with dementia..
Falls are a leading cause of injury and hospitalisation for older Australians. understand what causes falls, how to assess someone’s risk of falling and what you can do to create a falls prevention plan.
Online learning module designed to help aged care providers improve their mental health knowledge and skills for their residences.
Create an environment that promotes positive interactions and respectful relations between residents, staff, volunteers and visitors.
Prepares aged care providers with all the information they need to support and provide personal care to their clients.
Key information and training on end of life care, covering topics such as Advance Care Planning, Palliative Care and Bereavement Support.
The aged care industry provides services to a broad range of clients from different cultures and backgrounds. Explore ways in which service providers can work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
In aged care, writing reports is a daily necessity whether documenting an incident, changes in a resident's condition or progress towards goals.