An Introduction to Person Centred Active Support-Rescheduled to February 2019
Person Centred Active Support is an evidence based approach that teaches disability professionals how to provide the right amount of support for people with disability to be engaged in meaningful everyday activities or their choice.
This one day introductory training will cover:
- the evidence base,
- the approach
- implementation tips & tricks,
- resources and much more.
This one day workshop is suitable for anyone working in the disability field such as direct support professionals, group home /day program staff, and Staff in management positions.
About the Facilitators:
Laura Hogan is an Occupational Therapist (Bachelor of Applied Science.) She also holds a Masters of Health Science (Developmental Disability) and a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. Laura has significant experience working with people with disability across the lifespan with a special interest in supporting adolescents and adults with complex support needs.
Emma Doukakis is a CDS Leader of Education and Training, with a background in law and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities. She has worked in a range of roles including providing individual advocacy, facilitating self advocacy groups and training, and managing a disability advocacy program throughout southern NSW.