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NSW Person Centred Active Support (PCAS) Community of Practice – Complex Support Needs Planning
The NSW PCAS Community of Practice aims to provide a place for networking, collaboration and resource sharing among Person Centred Active Support practitioners in NSW. We welcome interested practitioners and trainers to attend this networking event either in person or via live video stream.
|9:30am – 10am||Welcome & Introductions (registration from 9.15am)|
|10am – 11am||
Guest Presentation “A tool for your toolkit: complex support needs planning” by Dr Angela Dew
Bio: Dr Angela Dew is a sociologist with 35 years’ experience in the disability sector as a direct service provider, manager and researcher. Angela is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support (IDBS) program at UNSW Australia where she is engaged in research related to people with cognitive disability and complex support needs. Angela’s research focuses on understanding the lived experience of people with disability and their families with a particular interest in rural and regional communities
|11am – 11:20am||Networking Morning Team/Break|
|11:20am – 12:30pm||Project update, participant sharing of successes and challenges.|
Live Stream: This event will be streamed live via the internet, for people unable to attend in person but would still like to participate. Information on how to connect will be provided closer to the event date.