Frontline in Focus Session 2: Cognitive Impairment and AOD Services
Current research suggests that one in two clients accessing AOD treatment will have some level of cognitive impairment, with 40% of all clients having moderate to severe cognitive impairment.
In this online presentation you’ll learn more about the prevalence of cognitive impairment for people accessing AOD services and the latest principles and approaches to support clients.
Case Studies: To maximise relevance to your work, Jo would like to review 1 or 2 case studies during the session. If you are interested in preparing a case study, please contact email@example.com for more information and an outline of what is required.
About the Presenter:
Jo Lunn is a registered psychologist working and consulting for numerous government and non-government treatment agencies. For approximately 25 years, Ms Lunn has been providing both direct service delivery with clients and designing and implementing organisational service delivery change, primarily for clients with co-existing AOD and complex needs.
Ms Lunn is also a qualified trainer who develops, implements and evaluates specialized training programs for various organizations in the non-government and government sectors. Ms Lunn provides both individual and group supervision and runs a small private practice.
She currently holds Co-chair position of the NADA Practice Leadership Group and is on the executive for the Agency of Clinical Innovation Drug and Alcohol Network (NSW Health), the focus of both groups being to foster and develop innovative, holistic, client centred treatment for people with AOD issues. Ms Lunn has also been the successful recipient of an Australian Government Research Training Program to complete a PhD commencing in August 2021.
The things you need to know:
- When: 12:00 – 1:00 pm, Wednesday 24 February 2021
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- Access: Microsoft Teams
- Pre-reading: Download 3 pre-reading articles here:
Article 1 Article 2 Article 3
- Recording: To ensure our frontline shift workers can have access we will be recording the presentation which will be placed on the ATDC website for 2 weeks following the session.