Click here to watch our latest webinar with Amada Khamis, a Senior Speech Pathologist and Phd candidate at the Cerebral Palsy Alliance and The University of Sydney. Click here to access the presentation. Amanda’s research explores the best way to […]
We were delighted to have Dr Jacqui Barfoot present on ‘Connect, Play, Learn’ after our GM. Here is a link to the AGM minutes and 2021-2022 Annual Report and Treasurers Report.
Webinar presented by Penny Graham and Isabella Sharp, from Lifestart presenting a webinar on post school options for young people with disabilities. The link is here There are two resources referred to in this webinar: What comes next & Head […]
Disability SPOT is a not for profit interdisciplinary community of practice, supporting therapists in the disability sector. We are committed to quality practice, ongoing learning and skill sharing in a safe and nurturing community. We welcome new members, reaching out […]
In January 2021 Disability SPOT was lucky to supervise a team of four Exercise Physiology Students from the University of Sydney on a project placement. Disability SPOT saw this as a great opportunity to promote the skills and expertise of […]
As a follow up to our Music Therapy Event this week (18.05.2021) we have been provided with many more resources by Iani Sujono, Registered Music Therapist: Here are a few resources that might be of practical assistance for allied health […]
Launch of new easy read resources providing information about public mental health services in NSW The Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry (3DN), UNSW Sydney, with support from the Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney and the NSW Ministry of Health, […]
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Early Intervention ProfessionalsAre you looking for a chance to enhance your skills and provide community-based therapy to children aged 0-12 with a not for profit organisation committed to providing positive outcomes for children and their families? We have exciting opportunities […]
The latest Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) webinar features Plumtree’s ‘Now and Next’ Peer Worker Program. Click here to find out more!