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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Parent workshops and professional development workshops offered by Autism SA Jan-June 2019

Autism SA offers a range of workshops for parents and professionals: Family Workshops are aimed at families of people on the spectrum of all ages.  National Disability Insurance Scheme funding can be used to access these sessions. Website link listing and bookings for family workshops: https://www.autismsa.org.au/training-families Flyer: Autism SA Family Workshop Jan-Jun 2019 Early Days are […]

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Novita Training and Consulting Service 2019 (SA)

Novita Training and Consulting Service 2019  Workshops offered: Switch Access Measure (SAM) Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Understanding Cerebral Palsy Understanding sensory processing Using visual strategies to support children’s learning Exploring Behaviour How to use a PODD workshop PODD Practise Oral Eating and Drinking (OEDS) workshop Transfer and Positioning Support (TAPS) workshop

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Helping behaviourally challenged students do well – Workshops across Australia by Dr Ross Greene

Dr Ross Greene will conduct either his one-day Introduction to CPS Workshop and/or his one-day Advanced CPS Workshop. In the Introductory Workshop you will learn how to implement Dr Greene’s Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) Model in your particular setting. No prior knowledge of the model needed. In the Advanced Workshop you will take a […]

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Emerging Minds: Free Webinar – Engaging children as partners in practice to support their mental health and wellbeing

Presenters: Chris Dolman, Lisa Johnson and Dom Kleinig Wednesday 12 December 2018, 1:00–2:00pm AEDT. Find your time zone. Enabling children to have a genuine voice in decisions affecting their lives is a challenge faced by practitioners across a broad range of sectors. Yet it is a practice that significantly contributes to child safety and to useful […]

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MHPN Free Webinar: Psychological Treatments for Trichotillomania

Register now and gain insights into trichotillomania – a psychological disorder that leads people to compulsively and uncontrollably pull out their hair. Presented by MHPN, this live event will include presentations by Dr Imogen Rehm (psychology registrar), Dr Scott Blair-West (psychiatrist) and Dr Johanna Lynch (GP) in a session, with a Q&A, facilitated by psychiatry […]

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Webinar – Working with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds: Applying the National Youth Settlement Framework in mainstream services

This webinar will discuss recent developments with the National Youth Settlement Framework and how it can be applied to mainstream youth services. With one in five young Australians aged 12–24 years born overseas according to 2016 Census data, young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds are a large part of our community. They can also […]

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