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SignatureAged Care Events 

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Since 2017...

Health2Ageducate stands as a premier National Health and Aged Care Events,  CPD Training, and Information organization.

Our expansive network includes Aged Care Providers,  Care & Quality Managers, Coordinators,  Clinical Managers, Infection Control Nurses & Consultants, Food Safety Consultants, Facility Managers, Directors, CEO's, Health and Aged Care Design and Build, and Hydraulic Engineers. 

Based in Western Australia, we actively research and provide up-to-date information on changes impacting health stakeholders nationwide.

Our commitment to the principles of information, education, and commercial opportunities is evident in the careful research and design of each event and educational program, specifically tailored to address the unique needs of our network in each state.

Why Attend Our National Aged Care Events?

Stay Informed: Our events provide a platform to stay current with the latest developments, regulations, and best practices in the dynamic field of aged care.

Network with Peers: Connect with a diverse and influential audience of Aged Care Personnel, Facility Managers, consultants, and suppliers from across the country, fostering valuable connections and collaborations.

CPD Points: Gain valuable Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points by participating in our thoughtfully curated programs, contributing to your ongoing professional growth and expertise.

Supplier Solutions: Access innovative solutions from leading suppliers tailored to address the unique challenges faced by the health and aged care sector.

Tailored State-Specific Content: Our events are meticulously designed to address the specific needs and challenges of our network within each state, ensuring relevance and applicability.

Interactive Learning: Engage in interactive learning sessions, workshops, and discussions that go beyond traditional presentations, promoting a dynamic and enriching educational experience.

Join Health2Ageducate for more than just an event – immerse yourself in a comprehensive, collaborative, and forward-thinking environment that contributes to the advancement of the health and aged care industry.

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Events Training and Conferences

Facility Management 

Facility management in aged care is a multifaceted and critical aspect of ensuring the well-being, safety, and comfort of residents while efficiently running the facility.

Facility Managers attend the events where building maintenance, design, plumbing, fire safety and other aspects are added in our event programs.

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Clinical Governance 

Clinical governance in aged care encompasses the leadership, systems, and culture within an aged care organization to promote continuous improvement, clinical excellence, and a focus on the well-being of residents. Clinical governance is crucial in maintaining and enhancing the quality of care provided in aged care settings. 


Technology in aged care in Australia has become increasingly beneficial, contributing to improved quality of care, resident well-being, and operational efficiency. Embracing innovative solutions can positively impact the aging population's quality of life while supporting caregivers and healthcare professionals in delivering high-quality services.

Health2Ageducate partners with suppliers who boast innovative products and solutions that are ever evolving in the Aged Care space. 


Health2Ageducate's focus on dementia and palliative care in Aged Care demonstrates a commitment to addressing the unique needs of individuals with dementia and those requiring palliative care services.
By prioritizing education, training, and support in dementia care and palliative care, Health2Ageducate contributes to improving the quality of life for older adults in Australia and supports healthcare professionals in delivering person-centred and compassionate care.


Risk Management 

Risk management in aged care is a crucial process designed to identify, assess, and mitigate potential risks that could impact the well-being, safety, and quality of care for elderly residents.

This is an ongoing, dynamic process that requires collaboration, vigilance, and a commitment to continuous improvement to ensure the safety and well-being of elderly residents. 

Health2Ageducate hosts Risk Management workshops throughout the year addressing 

Food Safety 

Food safety in aged care facilities is regulated and monitored by the Department of Health, specifically through the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission. Aged care providers are required to comply with the Aged Care Quality Standards, which include standards related to nutrition and food safety.

The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission monitors compliance on an ongoing basis to ensure that aged care providers maintain the required standards.

Non-compliance may result in regulatory actions, including sanctions, notices to agree, or even revocation of accreditation.

Infection Control 

Infection control in aged care settings in Australia is crucial for safeguarding the health and well-being of residents, particularly considering the vulnerability of older adults to infections. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, aged care providers in Australia are guided by specific infection control measures. 

 infection control in aged care facilities in Australia involves a comprehensive and multi-faceted approach. The implementation of evidence-based guidelines, staff training, effective communication, and ongoing monitoring are crucial elements in preventing and managing infections in aged care settings. These measures contribute to the overall safety and well-being of residents and staff.

Health2Ageducate has hosted several events since 2014 to include topics on Legionella, Water Quality, Infection Control.

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