Date
20 April 2018, 10am - 2pm
Venue

MHCN, Suite 501, Level 5, 80 William St, Woolloomooloo, NSW, 2011

Cost
General – $100.00, Carers/Consumers – $50.00
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Users Guide to the Mental Health Sector is a four hour course that delivers an overview of the complex mental health sector from primary care through Medicare under General Practitioners, to involuntary hospital treatment under the supervision of Mental Health Review Tribunal.

What’s in this Course:

The course provides a ‘users guide’ to publicly funded clinical mental health and related support services including:

  • information around service accessibility,
  • the rights of consumers and carers under the Mental Health Act 2007 (NSW) including;
    • the recent changes concerning recognition of carers
    • recovery-oriented practice,
    • the functions of the Mental Health Review Tribunal,
  • accessing services through the Emergency Department;
  • complaints in mental health settings, as well as;
  • disability support and related human services like housing and the NDIS.

The course materials include a detailed handbook with a wealth of detailed information as well as detailed resources from the Ministry itself about current policies and procedures; an invaluable assistance to workers, consumers and carers.

It is intended that on the completion of the course participants will have gained a rudimentary understanding of the many components that coexist to form NSW Health. This course is suitable for consumers, carers, and those that are employed to support them.

For more information, visit the event page on Mental Health Carers NSW's website or download the event flyer

 

Other dates available

Mental Health Carers NSW will also be running this training on the following dates:

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Last updated: 17 January 2018