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February 2019

TO SLEEP: Promoting Positive Sleep Practices In children and adolescents with developmental disabilities

February 1 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Torren’s Community Centre, South Rd, Aswin Parade
Torrensville, SA
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Sleep Training for Allied Health Practitioners with Annie O’Connell, Occupational Therapist, hosted by Develop Therapy Services. This 3 day workshop has been spread over separate days and is relevant for allied health professionals who support families with children with sleep issues   Day 1: FEB 1st 2019 9-2pm Introduction to sleep hygiene, positive practices and tools for sleep assessment. $198 (including GST)      Day 2a: APRIL 12th 9-4pm  Interpreting sleep assessments and understanding intervention strategies. $330 (including GST)      …

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Support Coordination: 2 Day Intensive (Syd)

February 4 - February 5
TBA Sydney, + Google Map
$ + GST780

Disability Services Consulting's Subject Matter Experts have trained over 1,000 Support Coordinators across Australia and this 2 day intensive course distills our accumulated experience, knowledge and wisdom into the must-have information, perspectives and resources for all Support Coordinators. They have designed two days of interactive learning to give Support Coordinators the confidence and capability to offer best practice support coordination. 

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Having a Say Conference (Geelong)

February 4 - February 6
Deakin University,, Waterfront Campus 1 Gheringhap Street,
Geelong,, Victoria
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$70 – $85

Conference Theme: Having a Say Forever! 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.

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An Introduction to Person Centred Active Support-Rescheduled (Syd)

February 13 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
MFB, Lvl 3 , 92-94, Parramatta Road
Camperdown,, NSW 2050
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$50 – $185

Person Centred Active Support is an evidence based approach that teaches disability professionals how to provide the right amount of support for people with disability to be engaged in meaningful everyday activities or their choice. This one day introductory training will cover: the evidence base, the approach implementation tips & tricks, resources and much more. Intended Audience: This one day workshop is suitable for  anyone working in the disability field such as direct support professionals, group home /day program staff, and…

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Advocacy Sector Conversations Forum (Mel)

February 14 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Victoria Room, Queen Victoria Women’s Centre 4th Floor, 210 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne, 3000
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This forum series provides 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 to understand the impact this will have on the practice of disability advocacy. Registrations will open once the agenda has been set.

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Using the Social Thinking Methodology to Support Social Learning

February 15
South Australian Jockey Club, 79 Morphett Road,
Morphettville,, SA 5043
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$216 – $330

The speaker will be Michelle Garcia Winner internationally recognised speech pathologist from the United States and is the founder and CEO of Social Thinking®. She will present "Using the Social Thinking Methodology to support Social Learning". Social Thinking is a company dedicated to helping individuals across their lifespan to develop their social competencies to meet their personal social goals. Michelle is recognised as '...the leading expert in the field of social skills' with more than 30 years' experience working with…

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Introduction to supervision/management

February 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
IPAA SA, Level 6, 12 Pirie Street,
Adelaide, SA
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$460 – $575

This course is designed to give participants an introduction to the new world of supervision and management and also to provide participants with foundational models and approaches to supervision and management. Content • Exploring the transition – what changes. • Introduction to management and supervision models. • Myths and misconceptions about supervision and management. • Supervision & Management: The Performance perspective (the work). The development perspective (teams and staff). • Situational Leadership. • Introduction to basic financial management. Outcomes •…

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Support Coordination: 2 Day Intensive (Bris)

February 18 - February 19
TBA
$ + GST780

Disability Services Consulting's Subject Matter Experts have trained over 1,000 Support Coordinators across Australia and this 2 day intensive course distills our accumulated experience, knowledge and wisdom into the must-have information, perspectives and resources for all Support Coordinators. They have designed two days of interactive learning to give Support Coordinators the confidence and capability to offer best practice support coordination. 

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2019 Disability Support Workers Conference (Bris)

February 19 @ 8:30 am - February 20 @ 4:30 pm
$180 – $200

Multicap and CPL will once again be hosting the Disability Support Workers (DSW) Conference on the 19th and 20th February 2019. The DSW Conference is a two day conference specifically designed for disability support workers offering an opportunity to engage with industry leaders and peers, learn cutting edge techniques and hear firsthand experiences from people with disability. The DSW Conference will empower you, inspire you and invigorate your passion for supporting your customers to reach their goals each and every day!

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Seven Steps To Self Direction: for People with Disability & Carers (Woolongong).

February 19 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
City Diggers Club
Free – $50

Support can be complex with lots of people involved. How can all these people work together well and ensure the person with disability lives the life he or she wants? Come to the workshop and ground yourself in seven steps to make it work. You will learn how to: Building right relationship between people with disability, their families, friends and support workers ensure the person with disability is at the centre of everything keep important matters a priority recruit staff who are a good match with the person problem solve…

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