Ethnic Communities' Council of NSW

CALD CHSP MEMBERS PORTAL

Your membership provides you with access to all site web pages including locked and secured site pages for CHSP providers.

As a NSW CHSP provider member, you also have exclusive access to pages which include exclusive forums, templates, documentation and resources specific to the NSW CHSP providers designed by MAP Network members specifically for you.

You can also upload your own materials and resources and contribute to the online network.

Should you require any further information feel free to contact the NSW State Wide MAP Officer at the ECCNSW, telephone 02) 93190288 or email contact@nmssdas.com

CHSP MEMBERS - Share Dates and Event Details

CHSP  members can share their own resources and documents with their peers. Select Upload Now and begin sharing

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8/4/2020 CALD Special Presentation - meeting with cald small CHSP services re: COVID-19 Terrie 20/4/20zoom1. Extra Ordinary Meeting CALD CHSP Funded Services 8.4.20
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1/4/20GuidelinesCommonwealth CHSP Guidelines Terrie1/5/20commonwealth-home-support-programme-chsp-manual-2018-2020 (3)commonwealth-home-support-programme-chsp-manual-2018-2020 (3)
1/4/20StandardsAged Care Standards Terrie1/5/20Guidance_&_Resource_V8 StandardsGuidance_&_Resource_V8 Standards
1/4/20FrameworkDiversity Framework Terrie1/5/20aged-care-diversity-framework_0aged-care-diversity-framework_0
1/4/20Policy/ LawAged Care Act 1997 Terrie1/5/20Aged Care Act 1997Aged Care Act 1997
1/4/20FrameworkAged Care Road Map Terrie1/5/20Aged Care Road MapAged Care Road Map
1/4/20GuidelinesFact sheet Aged Care Standards Terrie1/5/20ACQSC_New_Standards_Transitional_Arrangements_Factsheet_v1.1ACQSC_New_Standards_Transitional_Arrangements_Factsheet_v1.1

Go to the CALD CHSP Members Private Forum

This forum is dedicated to CHSP CALD providers and contains forum discussions pertaining to CALD issues and priorities. 

CALD Dementia Navigator Program in Western Sydney – Interview with Nina Catalano Dementia Australia