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Exploring your path: Ageing or Disability – Which Stream is the best of you?

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Exploring your path: Ageing or Disability – Which Stream is the best of you?

If you’re considering a career in Australia’s aged care or disability support fields, the Certificate III in Individual Support can be your starting point. This qualification presents two clear options: Ageing and Disability streams.

At Concord Institute, you’re in control, you can select one stream that resonates with you, or if you’re curious, you can even explore both paths, all based on what you feel suits you best.

Ageing Support Stream:⁠

If you choose the Ageing Support stream it will focus on providing care and support to older adults. It covers topics such as assisting with personal care, promoting independence and wellbeing, supporting individuals with dementia or cognitive decline, and facilitating social engagement for older people

Disability Support Stream:⁠

The Ageing Support stream focus on tasks such as facilitating daily living assistance, managing medication protocols, and providing aid through mobility devices. On the other hand, the Disability Support stream may include more specialised therapies, overseeing accessibility adaptations, and offering skill-based training to empower individuals.

With the Certificate III in Individual Support from Concord Institute, you’re empowered to navigate the rewarding pathways of aged care and disability support, ensuring a meaningful impact in the lives of those you’ll serve. If you’re ready to shape a rewarding future in the healthcare industry, start your journey today by enrolling with us.

Get in touch with our team on +61 8 8231 2020 or info@concordinstitute.edu.au

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