presented by Kate Waterworth Link to recording Kate Waterworth, School of Clinical Sciences, AUT University presented 8th March 2022 about: • Understandings of Children • Understandings of Disability • Children’s Rights and Civil Participation • Working with these ideas in […]
In February 2022 we were joined by Kindred (formerly known as Reframing Disability) for an interactive panel discussion. Kindred (Reframing Disability) is a peer-led organisation empowering families of children with disability, developmental delay, and medical needs. and worked in partnership […]
Webinar Link Betty Campbell and Leanna Fox are experienced Speech Pathologists working in the disability sector with special interests in the area of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Betty currently provides whole school communication support to Fernhill School, The Ponds […]
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 […]
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 […]
Presented by Lauren Davis on 23 September 2020. To view the webinar recording, please click here. For a copy of the slides, 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 […]
Here is our new resource on the topic of sleep: Supporting sleep for children and adolescents with disabilities: A practice guide
We have some new resources that have been developed by a few students! Document:Sensory Processing: A Practice Guide for Allied Health Professionals Videos:1. The importance of a multidisciplinary team in sensory processing2. Client-centred care and the impact of trauma on […]
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