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February 2020

Having a Say Conference (Geelong)

February 24 - February 26
Deakin University Waterfront Campus, 1 Gheringhap Street
Geelong, VIC 3220
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The Having a Say conference is the largest conference for people with disabilities within Australia where people can find their voice, to speak up, to be heard and to be respected. This is the conference where people listen to each other, not just to the speakers on stage. This is the conference where people respect each other’s views and opinions, and celebrate their common cause. People enjoy coming to the conference for a range of reasons. Some are keen advocates…

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March 2020

Mental Health Across the Lifespan Conference 2020 (MEL)

March 17 - March 18
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park, Victoria + Google Map
$.16 – $250

Towards an integrated, accessible and trusted mental health system. The 2020 Conference will explore ways to transform mental healthcare and suicide prevention across the lifespan. Individual streams will explore life stages in detail while keynote presentations and panels will look across the sector to the broader reforms required. A range of voices and perspectives will be embedded across the conference including service providers, researchers, consumers, carers, and governments. It is an opportunity for  leaders and innovators across the mental health and…

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Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference (Qld)

March 30 - April 1
Mantra Legends, Surfers Paradise, QLD + Google Map

GAIN THE TOOLS TO BETTER SUPPORT THE MENTAL HEALTH AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. The 2020 Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference is a forum for professionals to connect, gain insight from industry experts and develop a greater understanding of mental health in children and adolescents from 3-19 years of age. Find out more about assessing, treating and providing ongoing mental health evaluations for children, young people and their families. Hear insight from industry experts who will discuss…

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May 2020

4th Australian Universal Design Conference (Mel)

May 12 - May 13
Melbourne Showground’s brand new Victoria Pavilion Melbourne, + Google Map
$650 – $700

Centre for Universal Design Australia is delighted to bring you the 4th Australian Universal Design Conference. After the success of previous conferences we have set our sights across the wide world of universal design. This year the theme is, “Thriving with Universal Design: Everyone, Everywhere, Everyday”. The theme provides opportunity for anyone working with or researching universal design and inclusive practice to contribute to this growing body of work. This conference comes with a promise to broaden delegates’ thinking about the many ways…

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Australian Clinical Supervision Association National Conference (Mel)

May 19 - May 21
Carson Conference Centre, 535 Elizabeth Street,
Melbourne,, VIC
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$475 – $850

The second Australian Clinical Supervision Association National Conference will draw peak industry professionals together for three days packed full of workshops, plenary & concurrent sessions & networking opportunities. You'll learn about the latest industry innovations, sharpen your practitioner skills & have fun collaborating with colleagues & peers. Be inspired, motivated & renew your vision.

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2020 Autism Conference Series: Achieving Meaningful Inclusion (ADL)

May 29 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Adelaide Oval, War Memorial Drive
North Adelaide,, SA 5006
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$234 – $286

Dr Stephen Shore is an internationally renowned educator, consultant, and author on lifespan issues in the area of education, relationships, employment, and self-advocacy. Currently the Professor of Special Education at Adelphi University in America, he is known for his groundbreaking work in the autism field. Stephen is also now a powerful autistic advocate for the wider community. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Educators, clinicians, professionals, parents, family members, individuals and anyone who supports a person on the spectrum will benefit from attending…

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June 2020

AIFS 2020 Conference (Mel)

June 9 - June 12
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) Melbourne, + Google Map
$750 – $1190

The preliminary conference program PDF is now available. This year’s conference features five pre-conference workshops, six plenary sessions and a further 212 oral presentations. Our e-poster program is coming soon. Please note: The preliminary program is subject to change. Full program details with links to abstracts will also be made available soon. Download program PDF

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GYST 2020 – NDIS conference (Syd)

June 10 - June 11
International Convention Centre Sydney, + Google Map
$1260 – $1680

GYST2020 is the first-of-its-kind national conference – for everyone working in the disability sector. 2 days immersing yourself in NDIS strategy with the sector’s experts Networking with like-minded compadres Up to date policy information and analysis Live podcast recording ‘Shark Tank’ style pitch session Hypothetical Royal Commission ‘cross examination’ Conference dinner (with a surprise entertainer!) To have fun and leave feeling inspired

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September 2020

Save the date: 2020 ECA National Conference (BRIS)

September 30 - October 3
Brisbane QLD + Google Map

Young Citizens: the right to play, learn and be heard is the theme for Early Childhood Australia’s (ECA) National Conference, to be held in Brisbane, Queensland, from 30 September—3 October 2020. In 2020 we celebrate young children as citizens with rights. Throughout this conference we will explore how we respect and support those rights – particularly through play, play based pedagogy and child-informed practice. This builds on the QLD Branches leadership in the development of the 2014 Statement of Intent…

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