Welcome to KeepAble

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Working together to bring wellness and reablement to life

KeepAble aims to do what the name suggests.

We’re dedicated to finding and sharing evidence-based research, creating resources for your reference, support and professional development, as well as showcasing real-life examples using the wellness and reablement inititative.

Here, you’ll find content that helps deliver wellness and reablement in actionable steps, coupled with Australian Government materials such as the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) Manual and the Living Well At Home: CHSP Good Practice Guide.

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Latest tools and resources

Discover some of the many free co-designed and evidence-based resources created by KeepAble for CHSP providers and support staff and organisations working in the aged care sector.
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An evidence-based tool to promote Reablement
The Team at KeepAble has set out to present facts and information about the science of ageing well and the importance of creating opportunities for consumers of aged care services to continue doing the things they enjoy and to live better for longer in this engaging eLearning module. 
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Bite-size professional development resources
We are happy to share our latest offering in the bite-size series Everything you do for me; you take from me. This resource will support the sector move towards the wellness and reablement approach and can assist with upskilling existing and new staff to help with the transition.
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Reablement Essentials Volume 1
The Assistive Technology Essentials Guide introduces the benefits of Assistive Technology (AT) and the role it plays as part of a wellness and reablement service delivery approach.
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Reablement Conversations: Episode 7
In this episode, Hilary O’Connell has a chat with Professor Peter Gore, Professor of practice in ageing and vitality at the Population Health Science Institute at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. Peter’s work involves aged-related functional decline and the malleability of ageing.
Connect with KeepAble

Sign up here for Count Me In membership to access our free resources and to connect with our team of professionals. You can leave a message, give us feedback, ask a question or request a presentation on reablement by submitting this form.

Disclaimer: By submitting this form, you are agreeing to be added to the Count Me In hub, and receive our monthly newsletter. We might also ask for your input and feedback on aged care-related topics, and on new KeepAble resources. You can unsubscribe from this list at any time, and your details will be held by KeepAble only.

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