Hopefield, 2 Tea Gardens Ave
Forum to provide information on best practice when working with squalor and hoarding. Hear from industry experts A/Prof Melissa Norberg from Macquarie University and A/Prof Keong Yap from Australian Catholic University about squalor and hoarding, the latest research, and creating best treatment outcomes.
This forum for community workers will provide practical advice about how to work in the field, as well as the opportunity to hear real-life case studies and have questions answered by an open panel that includes Mercy Splitt from Catholic Healthcare and Karlyn Johns from Hopefield.
- Providing the latest information and research on squalor and hoarding
- Promoting best-practice treatment and services
- Explore the challenges presented by squalor and hoarding
- Strengthening local partnerships to address squalor and hoarding
- Build capacity for working with squalor and hoarding
Morning tea and lunch provided.
Accessible venue. Parking available. 10 minute walk from Kirrawee Train Station.
Bookings essential. Bookings close 5pm Wednesday 18 March 2020.
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