ARATA 2020 Annual General Meeting and "An Overview of Restrictive Practices and the NDIS" presentation by Sue Sloan

Topic
ARATA 2020 Annual General Meeting
Start Date
17 November 2020
End Date
17 November 2020
Start Time
6.00pm AEDT
Venue
Via Zoom webinar from your computer or mobile device
Contact Name
ARATA Office
Contact Email
membership@arata.org.au

** MEMBERS ONLY EVENT ** Members of the Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) are cordially invited to the 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) where members will be updated on the Association's activities and outcomes for 2019-2020. At the conclusion of the AGM, stay connected for "An Overview of Restrictive Practices and the NDIS" presentation by Sue Sloan.


Date

Tuesday 17 November 2020

Time

6.00pm AEDT  Click here to check your local time

Location

Your computer or mobile device - via Zoom webinar

Connection details

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://zoom.us/j/97319040831?pwd=WlVSd1FDM2FBZ3p2d2g0WnlMSzcrZz09

Webinar ID:  973 1904 0831

Passcode: 749235 

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Presentation - An Overview of Restrictive Practices and the NDIS

Overview:

  • Introduction to regulated restrictive practices and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission
  • Challenges in determining if an intervention is a regulated restrictive practice, or not
  • Steps to create a Behaviour Support Plan
  • Reporting requirements
  • Examples of practices focussing on assistive technology

Presenter:  Sue Sloan

Sue Sloan is a registered Occupational Therapist and Clinical Neuropsychologist.

In 1995, after many years working in hospital settings, Sue established Osborn Sloan and Associates a private practice providing community-based therapy services to people with Acquired Brain Injury. Sue’s main interests lie in developing therapeutic programs to build participation in people with severe cognitive and behavioural issues.

Sue also lectures in undergraduate programs and provides training in managing behaviours of concern. Sue has published in peer reviewed journals and co-authored four books, the most recent published by ASSBI in 2017 provides a practical guide to managing challenging behaviours.