Using HADS to complete and send an MDS report
To ensure participants are confident they understand:
- The components of the HADS program: Service, Client, Administrative, and Report writing elements;
- Recording service provision;
- Reducing the administrative burden of MDS reporting, and
- Send MDS reports from HADS.
At the end of the day, participants should be able to set up a new Service, know the meaning of the four different status a client may have, how to complete an ongoing record of individual clients’ service and how to forward this report to ADHC.
Time: 1.00pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Northside Community Forum, St Leonards
Cost: $20 HACC service workers, $60 Non-HACC service workers, Free HACC Volunteers
Event Info : Afternoon tea provided
For further information
|Contact Name||:||Shirley Choi
|Organisation||:||Northside Community Forum
has been providing services in the Baulkham Hills and surrounding local government areas since 1969. Currently they provide an information & referral service, an emergency relief program, administer the North West No Interest Loans Scheme, Tax Assistance for low income earners, home visiting and phone contact programs for people who are housebound, an adult education facility – Learning in the Hills, has a community bus for hire and coordinates a range of community development projects.