RTP (Reconnect Transition Program) 10-week course commences on Friday, 25 January 2019

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 […]

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Pearson Clinical, Webinar – Statistics survival guide for Occupational Therapists

This webinar by Pearson Clinical – Statistics survival guide for Occupational Therapists, seems relevant for other professionals who may be interested in refreshing their knowledge about standardised assessments. From the Pearson Clinical website: “Are you perplexed by percentiles, confounded by confidence intervals, or stumped by standard scores? Learn how to interpret standardised assessments with confidence. […]

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Save the Date – November 30 International Day of People with Disability Celebrate on the Square (ADL)

International Day of People with Disability, sanctioned by the United Nations, is held annually as a worldwide celebration to raise public awareness of people living with disability, to recognise their contributions and achievements. Brain Injury SA will again partner with the LSA and PQSA to host this fun day of celebration for people with disability. […]

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Free Parent Training – Who’s In Charge? Term 4, 2018

Who’s In Charge? An 8-Session course, for parents struggling with adolescents that use violence and abuse towards them and other family members. Parenting strategies for coping with difficult situations and behaviours! Commencing 22nd Oct – 10th Nov 10.00am – 12.00pm Offered free of charge by Junction Australia. For further details and registrations see: Who’s In Charge […]

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Person Centred Active Support Workshop

Presented by Ruth Firstbrook, Director at Firstbrook Training and Advisory Service, and Developmental Educator. Organised by the DEAI and asid (SA Chapter), this 1 day Workshop will focus on how Developmental Educators and other allied health professionals can utilise the principles of Person Centred Active Support in their daily practice of providing support to disability support workers and families, to advance […]

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Resource: Educational, psychosocial and therapeutic challenges for children and young people with multi-sensory impairments 

Educational, psychosocial and therapeutic challenges for children and young people with multi-sensory impairments A seminar held on Monday 28 May 2018 at the Victorian Deaf Education Institute saw five presentations made to parents, specialist and mainstream teachers, educational support staff, speech pathologists, psychologists, audiologists, occupational therapists, and physiotherapists. The presentations were videotaped and provide strategies […]

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MHPN webinar in the series, Borderline Personality Disorder in Youth and Early Intervention.

This is your last chance to register for the fourth webinar in the series, Borderline Personality Disorder in Youth and Early Intervention. If you would like to view previous webinars in this series for your own interest, you may do so via the BPD Foundation’s virtual library. However please note, viewing of previous webinars is not necessarily for […]

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Flinders University Disability & Community Inclusion Research Network – Honours Proposal Presentations

You are invited to the following Honours Proposal Presentations:   Monday 26th March, 9:30-11:30am Room S407A, South Wing, Sturt Campus Honours Proposals Flyer_Monday 26 March 2018 Nadia Willis The usability of Virtual Reality technology for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) in a community setting  Jasmin Kelley Family Experiences of Hope After Acquired Brain Injury: […]

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