This conference is the centrepiece of a national conversation on human rights, taking stock of themes emerging from Australian voices and featuring human rights experts, industry and community leaders discussing how we can advance human rights into the 21stCentury. Confirmed speakers include: Dr Michelle Bachelet, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher … Continued
Presented by the RIAC Advocates – learn about navigating the NDIS, appealing decisions, evidence preparation and other self-advocacy support tools! Suitable for NDIS participants, carers and anyone professionally or personally seeking to learn more about navigating the NDIS. There will be the opportunity to connect with others and discuss any issues and provide feedback about … Continued
SWAN2019 is the inaugural conference for SWAN (Syndromes Without A Name) Australia. It will bring together a range of experts to provide knowledge and understanding of genetics and genomics. Living with the unknown is challenging and can often be isolating. SWAN2019 invites SWAN parents, carers, extended family, friends and other interested support groups to come together … Continued
This event is designed to shine a spotlight on the mental health of Australia & New Zealand’s first responders, veterans, defence force personnel, NGO workers and volunteers.
The Conference has become one of the premier learning and development events on the disability calendar – driving improvements in services and support for the over 700,000 Australians living with a brain injury. This year’s conference international keynote address will be delivered by Emeritus Professor John Corrigan from the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation … Continued
A facilitator with lived experience of disability will run the event and there will be a number of people available to assist. You will have the opportunity to provide input on the different parts of the NDIS process, and share your experiences.
National Disability Services is delivering a national series of half-day workshops, with advocacy organisations, to promote a shared understanding of the NDIS Code of Conduct. These workshops will: Promote conversations and a shared understanding of the NDIS Code of Conduct for people with disability, workers and service providers Provide guidance about how to use the … Continued