The Pacific Disability Forum (PDF) is a regional peak body that works in partnership with Disabled Persons Organisations in the Pacific region. Our aim is to build the capacity of these organisations and improve the lives of persons with disabilities in the Pacific through advocacy.
This is an intensive, four day training program designed to immerse you in the study of best practice approaches to acquired brain injury rehabilitation. Led by internationally-recognised experts in the field, the training will inspire, challenge and engage you in your ongoing work – or informal support – provided to people living with brain injury. This is the first time this course will … Continue reading
This is an intensive, four day training program designed to immerse you in the study of best practice approaches to acquired brain injury rehabilitation. Led by internationally-recognised experts in the field, the training will inspire, challenge and engage you in your ongoing work – or informal support – provided to people living with brain injury. This … Continue reading
The “SexED UP Expo” is for adults living with a disability, their partners, family, current and future Health, Community and Disability sector workers and those with an interest in this area. The Expo will provide an exciting opportunity to attend workshops, information and training sessions to address sexuality and intimacy of people living with a … Continue reading
JobAccess is the national hub for workplace and employment information for people with disability, employers and service providers. This webinar will focus on the Employment Assistance Fund (EAF) and how to apply and highlight case studies of JobAccess in action Heather Hill, Team Leader JobAccess, will present this webinar. She has extensive experience in assistive technology and finding … Continue reading
exciting new peer program for women with disabilities is coming to Eastern-Metro Melbourne This program is open to women with disability and offers opportunities to explore respectful relationships, experiences of being a woman, and women’s disability rights. The program will run over four weeks in two locations – Murrumbeena and Ringwood.
This free webinar is about your NDIS First Plan and how to put it into action. If you have questions about the first plan process or want to hear about how you might best implement your plan, the live and online panel will be answering questions submitted by viewers on the day.
Make friends, hang out and join the squad! Social Squad is for individuals with cerebral palsy between 10-30yrs, so if you live in or around the Central Highlands area come and join us. A separate info session and free morning tea for all those interested in learning more about the program will also run on … Continue reading
Does your job require you to present at conferences, lead meetings, run seminars, facilitate groups and speak in other public situations? The winning presentation skills workshop is designed to take your public speaking and presentation skills to the next level so that you can confidently and effectively deliver your presentation. You will also learn what … Continue reading
One of the most valuable interpersonal skills a person can have is the ability to deliver constructive and effective feedback. Feedback, performance reviews, disciplinary discussions and general evaluations are often some of the toughest of all conversations to have. Good leaders and managers are able to both give effective feedback and receive feedback on their … Continue reading