Jul 28th 2020

Cross-Cultural Interest Group (CCIG) Seminar: “Cultural complexities in capacity assessments" [20th October 2020]

eCALD® is pleased to announce our upcoming October 2020 Cross-Cultural Interest Group [CCIG] evening session.

Topic

"Cultural complexities in cultural assessments"

Speaker and facilitator

  • Speaker: Dr Alexa Srzich, Psychogeriatrician, Mental Health Services for Older People, Auckland DHB.
  • Facilitator: Jim Xu, Nurse Practitioner, Community Mental Health Service for Older People, Auckland DHB.

Content

This presentation will be focusing on older people and will be discussing what is meant by capacity, when and how to conduct a capacity assessment, and how cultural factors can impact on decision making and capacity determinations.

When

Tuesday 20th October 2020
6-6:30pm Supper
6:30-8:30pm Presentation and discussion

Where

This seminar has live or remote attendance options.

Attending in-person

Conference Room, Independent Living Service Auckland, 14 Erson Avenue, Royal Oak, Auckland.

We have limited in-person attendance to 25 spaces. Once the maximum enrolment number is reached, registration will close. If you have enrolled and unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible. To ensure we comply with social distancing requirements, you may be turned away at the door if you have not registered. 

Remote attendance via Zoom Webinar

For those who are not able to attend in person, you can join the presentation remotely via zoom. We encourage all remote attendees to join the presentation 15 minutes before the presentation starts, eg at 6.15pm.

Once you have registered, you will receive an auto email confirmation and will be reminded a day before the session.

Register now

For those who are not able to attend in-person or via zoom, the recorded session will be made available 3 weeks after the session date.

More information

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Cross-Cultural Interest Group (CCIG) Seminar: “Cultural complexities in capacity assessments" [20th October 2020]