Supervision, Mentoring and Peer Support – DARWIN
This one day workshop is designed for disability practitioners/therapists who are new to supervisory roles or just want to know more about supervision.
By attending the workshop, practitioners will develop an understanding of:
- What supervision, mentoring and coaching are and their unique differences
- The role and importance of supervision, mentoring and coaching
- Reflective supervision practices
- Documenting supervision plans, agreements and minutes
About the Facilitators:
Emma Doukakis – Co-Leader Education and Training
Emma has a background in law and advocacy for people with disabilities, undertaking individual advocacy and facilitating self advocacy groups for people with intellectual disability. She is also a Citizen Advocate for a person with intellectual disability.
Laura Hogan – Leader Disability Access, Clinical Education & NDIS
Laura Hogan is an Occupational Therapist with experience working with people with disability across the lifespan with a special interest in supporting adolescents and adults with complex support needs. Laura is actively involved with a number of peak disability bodies including her role as the Chair of the NSW Division of the Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID) and a Board Director for ASID.
Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Visit www.dss.gov.au for more information