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May 2022

Disability Employment Conference May 31-June 2

May 31 - June 2
Four Seasons Hotet, The Rocks, Sydney

This conference is for people who are central and significant to the the future planning and future-proofing of disability employment policy, design, model and practice. It is an opportunity to engage with what is happening in disability and employment policy, programs and practice. As well as keynote speakers (to be announced) and panels there will be a series of breakout sessions. It is a conference for managers, aspiring managers, practitioners and academics working in or with the disability employment services…

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June 2022

Learn, Practise and Enrich at #OTX2022 – June 9-10

June 9 - June 10

Designed to be accessible and approachable, the OT Exchange is an inclusive event for all working within the broad spectrum that is occupational therapy. The OT Exchange will foster relationships, spread important ideas and ignite discussions amongst peers. At its core, the OT Exchange is an interactive conference where participants are encouraged to contribute and employ ideas of value. It is designed so that all participants—whether they are practitioners, students, managers, educators or academics—will implement solutions into their own work.…

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National Brain Injury Conference – Sydney – June 28-30

June 28 - June 30

The 8th National Brain Injury Conference will include concurrent sessions for the first time and feature three pre-conference workshops. Keynote speaker is Dr Tim Feeney, chief knowledge officer,  Belvedere Health Services, New York, who will deliver a pre-conference workshop.  Rachel Ramirez, from the Ohio Domestic Violence Network and Professor Gary Browne, director of Kids Concussion Services, Westmead Hospital will also deliver pre-conference workshops. The three workshops on Positive Behaviour Support following brain injury, Domestic and Family violence and brain injury…

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