Are you a sole trader, new to the NDIS or your own private practice? Are you feeling fatigued? Alone? concerned about your own self care? Then click here for a webinar with Sally Pearman as she shares her tips for […]
A help or a hindrance to families? Click here to watch/ re watch this fantastic webinar developed and led by two enthusiastic members of our Disability SPOT community Ruairi O’Donnell and Rachelle Lewis. Here are the amazing notes and PPT […]
We supervised some Physiotherapy students who created some resources: Supports to help you sleep with a better posture. A referenced information sheet for clients 24 Hour positioning. An overview for clinicians of the current research into the benefits of 24 […]
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 […]
This project was developed by University of Sydney Physiotherapy students: Julia Kang, Anna Ngyuen and Elsa Tai The objectives of this project were: Identify four treatment models in the paediatric disability sector Conduct research on the theories and evidence of […]
Webinar presented by Belinda Deramore Denver (OT and PhD candidate, ACU) 28/1/21. Click here to watch the recording.
Thankyou to David Moody, CEO of National Disability Services for presenting at our recent Christmas 2020 event. Click here if you missed David’s engaging report on the State of the Disability Sector.
In November 2020, Ruari O’Donnell, Physiotherapist & Member of Disability SPOT presented this webinar. This was a great webinar for those working with clients who are interested in learning to cycle. If you would like to watch it again, or […]
Thank you to all our members who attended our AGM. If you missed out, click here for a copy of our AGM 2020 minutes. For a recording of the AGM, please click here.
When surveyed by students, Disability SPOT members gave clear preferences for resources that would help them in their day to day practice with school-aged children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). These attractive and “to the point” evidence-based tip sheets […]