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May 2019

Working with women with disabilities DV-alert workshop (Tasmania)

May 29 - May 30
Free

Designed for health, allied health and community frontline workers who may work with women with disabilities DV-alert workshop enables participants to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond appropriately and refer the case if necessary. During the two-day practical workshop, you’ll learn how to: recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence, and what best practice methods should be used to refer people on to the most appropriate support service.…

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Surviving in Exile -Trauma to Recovery (ADL)

May 31
National Wine Centre Adelaide, SA + Google Map
$220 – $230

VSS SA Symposium will gather representatives from around Australia for the voices of victims of crime and abuse. The purpose of "Surviving in exile" is to share experiences, knowledge, ideas and best practice in Trauma Informed Care. Keynote speakers: Alannah Hill – Fashion Designer, Author and Survivor Dr Cathy Kezelman – Blue Knot Foundation Professor Wendy Lacey – UNISA Professor Patrick O’Leary – Griffith University Felicity Gerry QC – Carmelite Chambers London Key topics for discussion include: Autonomy and Elder Abuse Systemic Responses to Domestic Violence and…

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June 2019

The Resilient Kids Conference (RKC) (ADL)

June 1 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Baptist Church Clovercrest, 2 Famechon Cres,
Modbury North, SA 5092
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$89

The Resilient Kids Conference (RKC) is a one day event for Parents, Educators, Youth Leaders, Chaplains and anyone who works with young people. At the heart of our conference is a desire to offer parents and educators support, teaching and resources to encourage and equip them in their roles as they assist in the nurture of our precious children. The RKC team gathers Australia’s top experts on a variety of issues that are affecting our young people today, and brings…

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Support Coordination: 2 Day Intensive (Gold Coast)

June 3 - June 4
TBA
$748

Disability Services Consulting's Subject Matter Experts have trained over 1,000 Support Coordinators across Australia and this intensive course distils our accumulated experience, knowledge and wisdom into the must-have information, perspectives and resources for all Support Coordinators. We've designed two days of interactive learning to give you the confidence and capability to offer best practice support coordination. 

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Autism Forum 2019 (SYD)

June 4
Amora Hotel Jamison
$289 – $349

Embracing Strengths Based Practice - Practical Strategies for Clinicians. Strengths-based practice is something we should be striving for when working with all of our clients, but it isn't always easy. In a world where diagnoses and funding models are based on deficits, how do we flip the script? This conference will challenge you to look at the unique traits, skills and behaviours of your autistic clients from a new lens of strength. Beyond that it will provide you strategies for…

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Incorporating Advocacy in Your Work as a Disability Professional (ADL)

June 4 @ 9:15 am - 12:30 pm
Flinders University, Level 2 Room 3., 182 Victoria Square,
Adelaide., SA 5000
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$25 – $85

Developmental Educators Australia Inc (DEAI) proudly invites you to a highly interactive Workshop on: Incorporating Advocacy in Your Work as a Disability Professional.  Developmental Educators and other Disability Professionals have an important role to play in promoting and facilitating the rights and interests of the people with a disability they support. Presented by Ralph Brew and Adrian Crowe, Advocacy for Disability Access and Inclusion (ADAI) Ralph has been working as an Advocate for the last three and a half years with Advocacy for Disability…

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Running a Support Coordination Business (Gold Coast)

June 4 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
TBA
$418

The success of a Support Coordination service relies on being able to efficiently and effectively deliver outcomes for the people you work with. And this is not an easy task - in this half day workshop, we explore what it takes to build and grow a successful Support Coordination service, including: Maximising your billable hours and charging smart Finding and analysing Support Coordination market data Business modelling to help you design a business that is scalable and sustainable Identifying gaps…

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Working with women with disabilities DV-alert workshop (Canberra)

June 6 - June 7
Canberra
Free

Designed for health, allied health and community frontline workers who may work with women with disabilities DV-alert workshop enables participants to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond appropriately and refer the case if necessary. During the two-day practical workshop, you'll learn how to: recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence, and what best practice methods should be used to refer people on to the most appropriate support service.…

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Autism Forum 2019 (BRIS)

June 6
Emporium Hotel South Bank
$289 – $349

Embracing Strengths Based Practice - Practical Strategies for Clinicians. Strengths-based practice is something we should be striving for when working with all of our clients, but it isn't always easy. In a world where diagnoses and funding models are based on deficits, how do we flip the script? This conference will challenge you to look at the unique traits, skills and behaviours of your autistic clients from a new lens of strength. Beyond that it will provide you strategies for…

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Working as a Key Worker Under the NDIS (Mel)

June 6 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Corporate One –, 84 Hotham Street
Preston, VIC
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$100 – $150

This workshop is designed to provide participants with: An understanding of the evidence behind and relevance of the key worker model An understanding of the role of a key worker The ability to identify the skills and qualities of a key worker The ability to recognise opportunities and challenges of working in a key worker model under the NDIS Strategies to work as an effective key worker in the NDIS context

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