Hopkins Hour: Creating systems that increase dignified experiences for people with disability: two years of the Dignity Project
Please SAVE THE DATE for our Hopkins Hour online siminar on the 18th May 2022 at 12:30pm (AEST).
You are invited to attend The Hopkins Centres’ next virtual live event, Hopkins Hour: 'Creating systems that increase dignified experiences for people with disability: two years of the Dignity Project'.
This event will be held on Wednesday 18th May 2022 at 12:30pm.
In this session, Hopkins researchers Kelsey Chapman and Angel Dixon OAM, will share understandings gained through this project, as well as key results and recommendations for action by policymakers and service providers. You will also hear from a multi-disciplinary panel of clinicians sharing different perspectives on each recommendation.
This is a one-hour virtual event via Microsoft Teams Webinar. Please see further information in the flyer below or PDF flyer.
Click here to join this online live event on 18th May at 12:30pm (AEST) . We ask that you join the event 10 minutes before commencement to ensure you can connect with ease.
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