Metropolitan Adelaide Disability Transition Networks – May (ADL)

You are invited to join us for the Metropolitan Adelaide Disability Transition Networks. These networks are about supporting you, to support your students to make a successful transition from school to training, education and employment. Theme: Disabled Australian Apprentice Wage Support (DAAWS) Topics at all venues include: What is DAAWS? How it can support students […]

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NDCO Free Webinar: Get the right tools for employment success – the JobAccess employer toolkit, 16 May

To succeed in any field, you need to have the passion, skills and experience but also the right tools for the job. DES providers and employers should look no further than the JobAccess Employer Toolkit – a new online resource for matters relating to disability employment. The recently-launched toolkit contains expert information, downloadable resources and […]

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Two Way Street Workshop ‘When the words aren’t there yet’ (ADL)

When the words aren’t there yet. This workshop by Two Way Street is a workshop for anyone who would like to know more about Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), the various AAC apps, devices and communication books available and gain a deeper understanding of how AAC can enable you to have meaningful conversations. Presenter Janelle Sampson […]

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Australian Childhood Foundation – International Speaker Tours 2019

Australian Childhood Foundation – International Speaker Tours 2019 13th – 28th June 2019: Lisa Dion A two day workshop that will combine theory with practical strategies to be transferred immediately to your own individual practice with children and young people. Find out more! 30th September – 18th October 2019:- Bonnie Badenoch A two day workshop on The Heart […]

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Helping People With ABI Without Making Them Helpless (ADL)

Brain Injury SA is excited to present: Working with individuals with behavioural challenges with Dr Tim Feeney. This seminar will be an informative and engaging professional development experience for people working in the brain injury field. People living with brain injury, family members and students are also encouraged to attend. When: Friday the 12th of […]

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CRE-CP Symposium: Making a Difference, 4-5 April (Mel)

Together with the Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AusACPDM), the CRE-CP is pleased to announce its 3rd Symposium titled ‘Making a Difference’. When: 4-5 April 2019 Where: Arts Centre Melbourne Day 1 of this two-day event will feature a series of short workshops with practical applications for health professionals and a special […]

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Advocacy Sector Conversations Forum (Vic) – resource

From DARU update: This forum series provided a space for advocates to gain practical information and share knowledge by participating in topical, interactive sessions. It’s more imperative than ever to keep abreast with the ever changing disability services and supports landscape and to understand the impacts on disability advocacy practice. This forum was held at […]

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Diary date: AAC in the inclusive classroom – Lecture by Two Way Street (SA)

Diary date: AAC in the inclusive classroom – Lecture by Two Way Street (SA) Harry, a Year 2 pupil at his local primary school, will be joined by his mum, Michaela, to share with us their experience of AAC in an inclusive classroom. Harry will tell us what he thinks about his school and Michaela will […]

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