SACID – Workshops to support people with intellectual disability to learn more about staying safe and their rights in the community.

In August and September SACID (South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability) will be running a series of four workshops to support people with intellectual disability to learn more about staying safe and their rights in the community. The workshops will all be held on Tuesdays from 2pm – 4pm at Marion Cultural Centre, 287 Diagonal […]

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Tutoring opportunities in the Disability and Community Inclusion team at Flinders University: 29 July – early November.

Disability and Community Inclusion, Flinders University, is looking for tutors for the following two topics: DSRS3234 Case Management Lecture is Monday 12.00pm-1.00pm (not compulsory for tutors to attend) and vacant Tutorial spot is: Tuesday 2.00-4.00pm Contact Topic Co-ordinator, Ruth Walker, if interested ruth.walker@flinders.edu.au DSRS1201 Perspectives on Disability Lecture is Tuesday 9.00-11.00am (not compulsory for tutors […]

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Webinar: Implementing programs and practices in child and family services: The ‘why’ and ‘how’ of good implementation practice

This free webinar will outline key concepts and practical steps for implementing evidence-informed programs and practices in child and family services. Presented by Robyn Mildon and Jessica Hateley-Browne. Closing the gap between what we know works and what is being done in routine practice requires a focus on implementation. Implementation is the active process of adopting […]

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Autism SA training calendar for semester 2 2019

Autism SA have just released a new calendar of training for semester 2. Please view the flyer to see full details on the session topics, including: Understanding autism Effective Strategies to support a person with autism Setting up A and B Choices Hygiene, Puberty and Relationships Increase engagement through work, rewards and breaks Understanding autism […]

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Resources

A range of resources that may be beneficial to your practice: Autism Games  – a site for parents and teachers of children with moderate to severe autism. The games are a free resource that aim to help children with autism develop independent living skills (E-Mental Health in Practice). BITE BACK – a space to learn, develop […]

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