DIGITAL TRAINING RESOURCES EVALUATION

Macular Disease Foundation Australia (MDFA) recognises the important role that aged-care workers play in the support of those with eye conditions and vision loss. Many people living in residential aged-care facilities (RACFs) have vision problems. Vision loss can have many negative consequences and can significantly impact independence and quality of life. To support aged-care professionals, MDFA provides free education and support to the sector.

In 2018, MDFA developed a number of training video and education materials for staff and management in residential aged care facilities, as well as family members of residents in residential aged-care facilities, which aim to build understanding and awareness of eye health and vision loss. The materials were distributed through a number of channels. MFDA now seeks to evaluate the impact of these resources.

By completing this survey, you will help MDFA to evaluate the reach and impact of these resources in aged-care. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Please respond by 27 September 2019.

Thank you in advance for sharing your experiences and feedback.
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