These workshops will assist participants to enhance their knowledge and refine the techniques necessary to support students with a disability to prepare and plan for life after school.
Who should attend?
These workshops are aimed at:
- parents and carers of secondary school students with a disability (irrespective of age or year level), and
- educators, and
- disability professionals, and
- interested others.
What do the workshops cover?
Through information sharing and storytelling, these workshops provide innovative and creative ideas and strategies to encourage participants to:
- think creatively about life after school
- identify and capture students’ unique potential and goals
- link to community resources
- identify what it would take to put the student’s plan into action
- consider the impact of the NDIS on My Future My Life and;
- look at the supports Centacare may be able to offer, including Support Coordination
The workshops provide an opportunity for parents, educators, disability professionals and community members to come together, hear different perspectives, work collaboratively and support each other in their quest for positive outcomes for young people with a disability after they leave school.
When and where will workshops be held?
The My Future: My Life team will be delivering workshops at locations across Queensland. The duration and format of workshops will be designed and adapted to reflect local demand and need.
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How do I register for a workshop?
To be eligible to attend a workshop you must be a parent, carer or educator of a Queensland secondary student with a disability (irrespective of age or year level), or a disability professional working with secondary students with a disability.