RESPECTFUL TO PRACTICE for FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE

RESPECTFUL TO PRACTICE for FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE

HIH presents an introductory online workshop that aims to help Occupational Therapists support, celebrate and affirm the lived experience of First Nations Peoples within the NDIS space.

This workshop is suitable for practitioners who are starting out or have more work experience. Learn about the Allyship role as well as Culturally responsive practice.

$175.00

About the Workshop

HIH presents an introductory online workshop that aims to help Occupational Therapists support, celebrate and affirm the lived experience of First Nations Peoples within the NDIS space.

This workshop is suitable for practitioners who are starting out or have more work experience. Learn about the Allyship role as well as Culturally responsive practice.

$175 (inclusive of GST) per person (Concession and group booking rate available on request)

Your Key SpeakerKerrie Thomsen – CEO

Wook-Koo Butchulla womanAssociate Professor at ACU – OT Department

Kerrie (she/her) leads our practitioner team at Hallmark Integrated Health, a culturally diverse and culturally responsive practice.

Kerrie holds strong core values of being person-centered, anti-racist, trauma-informed, and co-creating safe therapeutic relationships. Kerrie is passionate about advocacy that centers the participant’s own voice, needs and priorities.

Kerrie takes the leadership responsibility seriously; health practitioners to be culturally responsive to and respectful of every individual, family and community life journey.

Kerrie will be joined in this yarn by Elder, Uncle Albert Baxter, a Gunaikurnai man as well as other cultural mentors and Ally’s in her team.

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