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Part D: Inclusive Education with guest Gary Kerridge

Posted on Thursday 5th August 2021

Gary Kerridge has been working in the disability sector for 30 years. He has spent 14 of those years as a National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO). Recently, he was part of the NDCO leadership team that responded to the transition to online learning brought about by COVID-19 to provide support and information to disability practitioners around Australia.  He is a co-author of the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) guideline “Supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Online”. Find out more about ADCET and its resources here: https://www.adcet.edu.au

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Thursday 5th August 2021     Dignity Project, Disability, Dignity, Inclusive Education


BIBS21 virtual – Webinar Two - Bold ideas better solutions 2021

Posted on Thursday 5th August 2021

The focus this year is translating bold ideas into better solutions for the wellbeing of people with complex rehabilitation needs and life-ling support needs, their families, and advocates. With the theme across all online sessions of, ‘Participation in Dignity’.

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Hopkins Hour - Save the Date

Posted on Wednesday 4th August 2021

Hopkins Hour

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Wednesday 4th August 2021    


Read the lasted Dignity Project Blogs - July 2021

Posted on Tuesday 3rd August 2021

Read the latest Dignity Project blogs

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Tuesday 3rd August 2021    


My Beautiful Pain: Not a Love Story by Glen Fozzard

My Beautiful Pain: Not a Love Story by Glen Fozzard

Posted on Thursday 29th July 2021

Glen Fozzard, who served in the Australian Naval Forces as an esteemed Clearance Diver and Instructor, first experienced chronic pain in 2015 for no definitive reason. “Returning from my Senior Health and Safety FIFO role after 3 weeks in a remote mining site, I was introduced to neuropathic nerve pain, and it wasn’t a polite introduction! I was walking off the plane when I was suddenly aware (like stepping on a nail aware) of the most intense pain (like an electrified injection) in my left foot (a previous operation site). I had to stop and take my boot off as quick as I could, thinking how can an ant be in my boot since the morning and decide to bite me repeatedly after about 14 hours of travel, Remote Karratha, WA to Brisbane… Bus, two planes? AHHHH!”

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Thursday 29th July 2021    


An overview of Virtual Reality (VR) for clinical rehabilitation settings

Posted on Tuesday 27th July 2021

The way we see ourselves (our bodies) shapes our feelings and perception, directs the way we interact with the world. For example, after an ongoing pain problem, people often feel that their body is weak and fragile, which can increase pain and decrease activity levels.

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Tuesday 27th July 2021    


July DP highlights

Posted on Wednesday 14th July 2021

July DP highlights

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Wednesday 14th July 2021    


Inclusive Education in Australia

Posted on Wednesday 14th July 2021

The Hopkins Centre Dignity Project explores the perspectives of those working at the coalface of inclusive education, as well as delving into the confronting disability statistics in Australia.

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Wednesday 14th July 2021    

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