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Newcastle education workshop with professor Jacinta Douglas

There are only a few seats left for a workshop presented by Professor Jacinta Douglas. Professor Jacinta Douglas is the Summer Foundation Chair of Living Well with Brain Injury at La Trobe University in the Living with Disability Research Centre. The free workshop, Supporting People with Complex Needs: Decision-making and Connecting, is on Friday 26 February, and it explores the latest advanced practice knowledge to support people with complex cognitive needs, including acquired brain injury. Book now to ensure you get a seat. RSVP to Julie by Wednesday 24 February.  

The workshop focuses on an innovative framework for supporting people with complex needs to participate in decision-making, and to make social connections in their community. It is centred on the individual in their social context, and has been developed to inform day-to-day practice and to enable strategy development. This will be increasingly important to achieve the best outcomes in an NDIS environment.

Friday 26 February 2016
9:30am to 3:30pm

Newcastle Museum
6 Workshop Way
Newcastle 2300

Lunch and refreshments provided.

For more information, please contact Julie at the Summer Foundation or call 1300 626 560.

There is limited seating for this event and seats are filling fast. Registration is essential. Book now to ensure you get a seat. RSVP to Julie by Wednesday 24 February.

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