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Training Resources

GDS Hub

Greystanes mandatory employee training enables best practice for the people we support. Our training includes face to face, buddy shifts and online learning modules. Click here to access the GDS Hub. You will need your username and password. Please contact Jo Kot if you require further information regarding your login details or the GDS Hub.

WELL Training Packages

Greystanes has been funded on four occasions by the Workplace English Language and Literacy (WELL) Program (part of the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Industry) to develop language, literacy and numeracy training packages (LLN) for the disability services sector.

Our WELL training packages are flexible, tailored for the needs of the workplace and provide vocational education by underpinning LLN skills within units of competency from industry-specific training packages. More information about each of our WELL training packages is below.


www.activesupportresource.net.au



Nutrition

Good Food, Good Living (2013)
Nutrition for People with Disabilities Living in Supported Accommodation
http://www.goodfoodresources.com/

Greystanes Disability Services would like to advise that this resource needs to be updated. The WELL training package focuses on healthy nutrition for people with disabilities and is directed toward people who provide support for people with disabilities. The package includes a workbook that can be printed or used as an interactive PDF on the website www.goodfoodresources.com

The package includes sections covering:
  • Nutrition For Health and Wellbeing
  • Problems with Nutrition
  • Who’s Who In Nutrition
  • Strategies to Improve Nutrition and Wellbeing
  • Food Management
  • Food and Kitchen Safety Scenarios
  • And a suite of digital resources and Facilitator’s Guide



       

Foot Care

Their Feet in Your Hands (2008)
Basic Foot Care and Use of Ankle Foot Orthoses for People with Disabilities

People with multiple disabilities may have significant orthopaedic issues and may be unable to communicate the pain they are feeling. Therefore, it is important for support staff to understand basic foot care and to assist in the correct fitting of ankle foot orthoses. “Their Feet in Your Hands” is based on realistic work situations and is ideal for use in induction and training for direct support staff.

For a preview of “Their Feet in Your Hands”, click here (YouTube)


 

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