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Evidence-based Practices Associated with Better Employment Outcomes for People with Intellectual Disability

Back by popular demand and with extended content, this workshop will provide a summary of the evidence-based considerations that can be implemented to support better employment outcomes for people with intellectual disability. It will cover topics such as person-centred assessment, models of workplace training, types of employment, work experience programs, on-the-job training considerations and individualized […]


Mental Health Supports for Adults with Intellectual Disability in New South Wales

Susan Wakil The University of Sydney

Tickets  Click here to register for free. This is a free talk by the Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID) and the Centre for Disability Studies (CDS). If you come to the talk in person, you can network with other people. Drinks and snacks are provided. Facilitators The talk is led by Dr James Smith, […]

Supporting People with Intellectual Disability & Dementia

Dementia is being increasingly recognised in people with intellectual disability, particularly people with Down syndrome, who can develop dementia at an earlier age than others in the community.  This can be challenging for disability services and disability support professionals (DSPs). In this workshop, participants will learn to recognise the early and later signs of dementia in […]