By Southern Cross University Research. https://rcypd.edu.au/ The research team is running two surveys to explore working relationships between young people with cognitive disability and support workers. One survey is for young people, and one is for support workers. They would really appreciate your help in promoting the surveys to both young people who use your […]
PTR are pleased to be able to offer the Mind your Mind mental health awareness program. This is a 9 week program for adults wanting to learn more about their mental health. Please note that participants do not have to be NDIS funded to attend this program. A 9 week program, commencing Monday 18th February […]
Webinar series: Focus on infant and child mental health by Child Family Community Australia and Emerging Mind. Presenters: Angela Obradovic, Myfanwy McDonald and Amanda Walsh Tuesday 12 February 2019, 1:00–2:00pm AEDT. Find your time zone. Practitioners working with parents regularly share information with them about child health and development. Sharing information with parents about child mental […]
The Australian Government is inviting applications in an open process to apply to deliver services under the Disability, Mental Health and Carer: National Disability Conference Initiative in 2019-2020 The National Disability Conference Initiative provides grants to help people with disability to participate in nationally-focused disability-related conferences held in Australia. Grants will support eligible conference organisers […]
The Summer Foundation can help you tell your story to the Royal Commission into Aged Care. They are holding workshops in many places around Australia. For dates and locations click HERE. Download the workshop flyer here.
The Australian Childhood Foundation works to defend the right of all children to a safe and loving childhood. To view their training calendar, visit: https://professionals.childhood.org.au/training-development/
National Multilingual Disability Hub – The National Multilingual Disability Hub provides accessible information on disability and the NDIS in 14 languages. You can access the service by phone or online in English, Arabic, Assyrian, Bangla, Cantonese, Farsi, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Mandarin, Nepali, Spanish, Tamil, Urdu, and Vietnamese.
Offered by Brain Injury SA, this course if for people who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a result of a road trauma? The RTP team is led by a Psychologist, and includes mentors with firsthand experience of TBI. They can help indiviuals reconnect to their life and community, and assist to confidently plan for […]
Posted by Disability Advocacy Resource Unit December 12, 2018 A FREE quality improvement audit and implementation resource for developing a trauma-informed organisational and practice culture. The TICP Organisational Toolkit (TICPOT) is a public resource, to be used by any organisation wishing to improve its organisational and service delivery culture and practices. Our TICP Toolkit is […]
Posted by Disability Advocacy Resource Unit December 17, 2018 An online continence pocket guide for the growing disability and aged care workforce is now available to help improve the care that thousands of Australians receive in their homes. Continence Support Now is a concise, mobile device-friendly website that personal care workers can easily access on […]