Ambassador program manager Jay McNeill shares his experiences of meeting the Summer Foundation’s newest ambassadors for the first time.
In March, Pam Ross (Grade 4 Senior Occupational Therapist, Driving and Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator, Epworth Rehabilitation) delivered the first Breakfast Club Lecture of the year on Return to Driving after Traumatic Brain Injury – Processes, Outcomes and Driver Rehabilitation Interventions. The following is Pam’s summary of the lecture. If you would like to listen to the full lecture, the podcast is now available on iTunes.
We are about to enter an exciting new phase of the project – transitioning tenants into their new homes.
The Allen Martin Research Scholarship Recipient was announced at the Allen Martin Memorial Lecture in November. Congratulations to the 2015 scholarship recipient, Michelle Kahn.
Research released today further demonstrates the urgent need for action to ensure the coordinated delivery of disability and health supports to young people with complex disability who are eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The report, Considerations for National Disability Insurance Scheme Design, also highlights the urgent need for further investment in a wider range of models of housing and support for NDIS participants.