Our webinars are suitable for clinicians, researchers, trainees, students, aged care volunteers, aged care workers, families and carers.
Presented by experts in health and ageing, the webinars cover a wide range of issues related to working with older adults such as cognitive impairment, life-stage transitions, late-life emotional experiences and psychosocial approaches for aged care residents and their families.
Webinar schedule 2022
Our webinars are free and open to anyone. They are conducted on Zoom from 4.45–6pm Melbourne/Sydney time.
Issues in rural and regional aged care in Australia
Living with significant health issues: a life story perspective
Professor Richard Freadman and panel
Friday 28 October
Dementia: an introduction
Friday 11 November
Art and music therapy programs with older adults
Romy Engelbrecht, Alice Parkhill and Jackie Burden
Friday 25 November
Intergenerational programs in aged care
Mark Silver and panel
Friday 9 December
Missed a webinar?
Most webinars are recorded and most presenters share their presentation slides. You can find these in our webinar schedule or by searching for the relevant webinar name on Swinburne Commons.
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Frequently asked questions
No, unfortunately we are unable to issue certificates of attendance.
The webinars are conducted online through Zoom. You need to have access to a phone or a computer. You also need internet connection to see the presentation slides and the speaker, but you can hear the webinar live through a phone by dialling the number provided.
To register for a webinar, please go to the registration form by clicking the relevant link in the webinar schedule. Registrations are generally open two weeks before the webinar.