Events

Our Symposium: Collaborate, Innovate, Achieve is complete and you can view the feedback from the event here. 

 

Our Webinar Series is back! You can take a look at the 2021- early 2022 schedule here:

Tuesday 9am September 1st 2021 Dr. Jessica Kramer and Dr. Dana Anaby

 

This 30-minute webinar will provide information about Project-TEAM (for adolescents and young adults with intellectual disabilities) and Pathways and Resources for Engagement and Participation (PREP, all age groups)

You can now watch the recording on our YouTube Channel


Monday, 5pm September 27th 2021

 

Magnus Ivarsson and Harry Taylor

This 30-minute webinar will provide information about navigating the experiences and challenges of caring for those with CP, and a longitudinal perspective of mental health outcomes across childhood in children with developmental disabilities.

 

You can now watch the recording on our YouTube Channel

Monday, 5pm October 25th 2021

 

Dr. Robbie Eres and Dr. Iain Duita This 30-minute webinar will provide information about the who, what, when, where, why and how’s of addressing loneliness in young people with CP, and the opportunities and challenges in Paralympic sport 

You can now watch the recording on our YouTube Channel

Monday, 5pm November 29th 2021

Megan Walsh and Darryl Sellwood

 

This 30-minute webinar will provide information about Sexuality, Romance and Gender when you have Cerebral Palsy and Complex Communication Needs, and What Ableism has to do with CP, AAC, Romance and Sex

Register for either session here.

Monday, 5pm December 13th 2021

Natasha Barron, Annie Cassidy, Grace Arnold and Tessa Blunden

 

This 30-minute webinar includes information about a Resource to Inform Young People with CP About Becoming Research Partners, and Implementing Pathways and Resources for Engagement and Participation (PREP) with young adults in an Australian context

Register for either session here.

 

Monday, 5pm January 31st 2022

 

Stephanie Best In this 30-minute webinar, Stephanie will be speaking about Implementation Research, looking at getting what we know we should be doing into practice!

Register here.

 

Monday, 5pm February 14th 2022

 

Isabelle Stevenson and Georgia Gardner

 

 

In this 30-minute webinar, Isabelle Stevenson and Georgia Gardner will be discussing the Carer Gateway program across Victoria. In their roles as Service Development and Promotion Officers at Merri Health, they promote the Carer Gateway, coordinate engagement activities across local service providers and manage projects which aim to engage unpaid family, friend or partner carers in Victoria. Largely, Isabelle focuses on regional and rural Victoria and Georgia focuses on Metropolitan Melbourne.

 

Register here.