Conference Day One – Wednesday 25 November 2015
8:30 Registration & Coffee
9:00 Opening Remarks from this Morning's Chair
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2:10 Creating Collective Impact Conditions for Regional Systems Reform
 Raising awareness, desire, knowledge & ability fo...
Conference Day Two – Thursday 26 November 2015
8:30 Registration & Coffee
9:00 Opening Remarks from the Chair - Helen McMa...
12:00 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
 Supporting choice & control for people with a mental illness
 Support & respite for ...
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National Mental Health Conference - Brochure

National Mental Health Conference - Agenda 25 & 26 November, SMC Centre Sydney The main focus of this year's program was mental health reform and preparedness for change towards the NDIS, advocacy and eligibility, managing workforce changes and reviewing practice, strengthening the community sector and services to support people who experience mental illness, whilst promoting strength focused programs and recovery oriented approaches. Visit Website at http://bit.ly/1pdO10c
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Transcripts - National Mental Health Conference - Brochure

  • 1. Conference Day One – Wednesday 25 November 2015 8:30 Registration & Coffee 9:00 Opening Remarks from this Morning's Chair Josh Fear, Director, Policy & Projects, Mental Health Australia 9:10 KEYNOTE OPENING PRESENTATION David Butt, CEO & Commissioner, National Mental Health Commission 9:40 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION John Feneley, Commissioner, Mental Health Commission of NSW 10:10 Can the NDIS Prevent Ageism Impeding Recovery in Older People with Mental Illness? Dr Roderick McKay, Director Psychiatry & Mental Health Programs, NSW Institute of Psychiatry 10:40 Morning Tea & Networking 11:10 The Queensland Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Services Plan 2016 - 2021 Dr William Kingswell, Executive Director, Mental Health Alcohol & Other Drugs Branch, Clinical Excellence Division, Department of Health, Queensland Government 11:40 Working Collaboratively: One Organisation's Response to NDIS  How do we respond to unprecedented changes making the philosophical & service-delivery shift from block to individualised funding  How do we work in collaboration as opposed to isolation in response to NDIS  Proposal: A new & revolutionary learning model for the mental health& disability sector which will coordinate & provide access to a national & international resource set, necessary for the process of certification within the mental health, & disability support worker families Jodie Goldney, Growth Initiatives Manager, Aftercare Caroline Van Til, Strategic Project Development Manager, Aftercare 12:10 MAJOR SPONSOR: Integrated Care & the Evolution to Cognitive Computing • The emergence of cognitive computing • How we see this impacting Integrated Care models • Case studies from around the world Martin Duggan, Director, Social Programs, IBM Watson Health 12:40 Lunch & Networking The following sessions will be chaired by Helen McMahon, Executive Manager Community Services, 360 Health + Community 1:40 Early Experience with Support Coordination in the NDIS  Transferring care coordination expertise from the Multiple & Complex Needs Initiative (MACNI) to NDIS  Involvement with support coordination in the NDIS Barwon trial site  Consideration for workforce changes  Scope for Support Coordination & related utilisation of Indigo's training package Renee Sinclair, Program Manager, Indigo Program cohealth
  • 2. 2:10 Creating Collective Impact Conditions for Regional Systems Reform  Raising awareness, desire, knowledge & ability for sustainable change  Collaborative partnering for building strategic Integrated care pathways  Looking laterally for new partners in crime to unlock the value in the region  Building a new workforce for new ways of working Susan Barron-Hamilton, Innovation Manager, Darling Downs & West Moreton PHN 2:40 Partners in Recovery - Preparation & Pre-planning with Clients in an NDIS Trial Site Helen McMahon, Executive Manager Community Services, 360 Health + Community 3:00 Afternoon Tea & Networking 3:30 Partners in Recovery (PIR) - Building towards the NDIS  PIR & the work that is being done across Australia in collaboration with consumers & carers to design a service system focussed on engaging those with Serious & Persistent Mental Illness & Complex Service need  Psycho-social needs assessment & the work linking people in a timely way to the right services - including key linkages between clinical & community networks Kieran Halloran, Partners in Recovery Initiative Coordinator, Northern Melbourne, Eastern Melbourne PHN Michelle McAllister, Community Integration Coordinator, PHN Country to Coast, Queensland Bill Miliotis, Manager Partners in Recovery, Neami National, SA 4:20 Q&A with Speakers from After Lunch 4:50 Closing Remarks from the Chair 4:55 Networking Drinks – Sponsored by
  • 3. Conference Day Two – Thursday 26 November 2015 8:30 Registration & Coffee 9:00 Opening Remarks from the Chair - Helen McMahon, Executive Manager Community Services, 360 Health + Community 9:10 Community Mental Health: Challenges & Opportunities • Community mental health landscape • NDIS & mental health - Implementation process - Sector & workforce readiness - Consumers & carers • Mental health system (mainstream supports & interface with NDIS) • Policy pathways for community mental health Dr Russell Ayres, Mental Health Branch Manager, Department of Social Services 9:50 Patient to Participant - Experiences from the Hunter Trial Site  Supporting long stay clients to access & transition to NDIS  Supporting clients to transition from hospital to community living  Supporting consumer choice & control  Challenges & opportunities from the Hunter trial sites Jodie-Anne Bertoldi, NDIS & CMO Partnerships Project Manager, Hunter New England Mental Health Kylie Gifford, NDIS Access Coordinator, Hunter New England Mental Health 10:30 Morning Tea & Networking 11:00 Family Carer Presentation - Our Journey of the NDIS Catherine cares for her 27 year old son, Daniel who has a genetic disorder with persistent psychosis. Catherine & her son have received services from STEPS, Lake Macquarie Community Mental Health team & the Mental Health Centre at the Mater Hospital in Newcastle. Catherine's son has a NDIS plan.  Background on Catherine & her son, Daniel  Preparing for NDIS planning meeting  Selecting a service provider  How the NDIS plan works for us Catherine Nattress, Parent/Carer 11:30 Consumer Participation & the Lived Experience Workforce within Central Adelaide's Mental Health Directorate  How Central Adelaide is partnering with consumers & carers across our directorate  How partnering with consumer & carers benefits our services & the service we provide  The development & implementation of a lived experience (consumer & carer) workforce across clinical mental health services  Partnering with consumers & carers & our Lived Experience Workforce- What we have learnt, what we have achieved & future directions Matthew Halpin, Coordinator, Lived Experience Workforce Central Adelaide Local Health Network
  • 4. 12:00 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION  Supporting choice & control for people with a mental illness  Support & respite for carers of people with a mental illness Catherine Nattress, Parent/Carer Matthew Halpin, Coordinator, Lived Experience Workforce Central Adelaide Local Health Network Jodie-Anne Bertoldi, NDIS & CMO Partnerships Project Manager, Hunter New England Mental Health Arahni Sont, Parent/Carer; Member of the NDIA Mental Health Sector Reference Group; Advisor with UNSW on development of a MOOC on Disability; Business Development, Better Caring 12:30 Lunch & Networking 1:30 Presentation to be advised Rob Ramjan AM, CEO, Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW Inc. 2:10 Advocacy & Eligibility for the NDIS  How do we, working in the mental health sector help to ensure the people the NDIS is intended for, are getting the supports they need?  ' Severe' describes the mental illnesses of somewhere between 500,000 & 700,000 Australians, but the scheme is aiming at including 56,000 with 'severe & persistent mental illness & severe ongoing associated disabilities'  History says it will be difficult to find & engage with this most disadvantaged group of people. How can we help? David Meldrum, Executive Director, Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia 2:50 Afternoon Tea & Networking 3:10 Primary Health Nurse Intervention for Consumers of the Western Community Mental Health Service  People with mental illness suffer heart disease at almost twice the rate of the general population under the age of 55  Health improvement interventions at the community centre improved the physical well-being & empowered ability to self manage  A strong & consistent public approach is needed Eunju Cha, Mental Health Nurse, Cardiac Nurse, Cardiac Sonographer, SA Health & Private Cardiology 3:50 Leading Change & Enhancing Workplace Resilience  Leading change  Providing support for leaders at an organisational & local level  Enhancing workplace resilience & adaptability - including individual & team resilience Leigh Willson, Psychologist, Organisational Psychology Unit, Central Adelaide Local Heath Network 4:30 Close of the Conference

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