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October 2019

7th National Brain Injury Conference (MEL)

October 28, 2019 - October 29, 2019
Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria + Google Map
$495 – $595

Brain Injury Australia’s 7th National Brain Injury Conference will be held, in partnership with the Melbourne Disability Institute, at the Melbourne School of Design on The University of Melbourne’s campus in Parkville on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th October, 2019. Founded in 1986, Brain Injury Australia is the nation’s peak advocacy organisation representing the over 700,000 Australians living with a brain injury. Alongside providing policy advice to Commonwealth, State and Territory governments, and representing consumers on a range of advisory…

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November 2019

ASID 2019 Conference (ADL)

November 6, 2019 - November 8, 2019
Hilton Adelaide, + Google Map
$405 – $1070

The meeting is the premier event for the Disability sector in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. This year’s theme is the The Journey to a Good Life – Taking Control.  The ASID Conference has established an excellent reputation over its long history. The benefits to those attending are wide-spread from researchers, decision makers, practitioners and consumers alike. ASID is an organisation that champions research and evidence-based best practice in the field of intellectual disability. It is well respected amongst people…

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February 2020

Australian Accessibility Conference (Perth)

February 11 @ 8:00 am - February 13 @ 5:00 pm
VisAbility Perth The Perron Centre, 61 Kitchener Avenue,
Victoria Park, Western Australia
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$100 – $250

OZeWAI is the Australian Web Accessibility Initiative, which is a strong and established group of members. OZeWAI is proud to provide a valuable source of information on accessibility issues and ideas to the broader community. In 2020 the Australian Accessibility Conference will bring together the most knowledgeable digital accessibility experts, specialists and researchers from all over the world, as well as leaders in the industry, government and non-profit organisations to explore and support digital inclusion topics and ideas.

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AJEC Research Symposium

February 13 - February 14
at Macquarie University Sydney, + Google Map
$248 – $632

The 2020 AJEC Research Symposium program is available now!  Click here to see the keynote speakers and panel members.

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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

AND Virtual Conference – Stronger Together

May 12

The virtual conference will be an unparalleled opportunity to connect with other organisations, hear from top performers and equip you with the knowledge and skills for employment, retention and inclusion of people with disability. The theme is ‘Stronger Together’ and now is certainly the time. Hosted by Kurt Fearnley, the event will offer exclusive insight into ways to deliver sustainable access and inclusion outcomes, and innovative practical solutions for your organisation. In this challenging time, there is strength in connection and in…

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Australian Clinical Supervision Association National Conference (Mel) / postponed

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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June 2020

AIFS 2020 Conference (Mel) / postponed

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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