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    On Line Registration for One Person at a Time Conference 2013

    Welcome to the on line registration page for the 2013 Belonging Matters One Person at a Time Conference. Prior to filling out the on line registration form you need to:

    1) Determine what type of tickets you want to purchase by viewing the Ticket Options below.

    2) Determine how many tickets you require for each of your ticket options.

    3) Decide which Concurrent Streams you would like to attend.

    

    Once you have decided upon your ticketing and Concurrent Streams you are ready to proceed to the on line registration by clicking the green link below.

    Please Note:             ON LINE REGISTRATION IS FOR CREDIT CARD PAYMENT ONLY.​

    Ticket Options

    

    Rate (Includes full program, lunch, morning and afternoon tea) over 2 full days. 

    Early Bird Registration: Closed

    Full Registration: Closes 31/07/13

    Costs include GST and are in Australian Dollars.

    All payments must be made in Australian dollars. 

     

    Standard: This rate is for professionals or people with a disability and families who are attending who are employed by or represent a service, support or advocacy organisation, company or corporation. Full $500

     

    Agency Sponsored: This rate is for agencies who wish to sponsor people with a disability or families who use the services of their organisation. Full $285

     

    Concession: This rate is for people with a disability, families, Health Care Card Holders who are attending and paying as an individual from their own resources. Full $150

     

    Student (Full-Time): This rate is for students who are studying full-time. A copy of a current student card must be provided. Full $285

     

    Student (Part-Time): This rate is for students who are studying part-time. A copy of a current student card must be provided. Full $355

     

    Social Gathering: (Tuesday 13th Aug, 6.00pm—8.00pm). This includes beer, wine, soft drink, finger food and plenty of networking! Full $36

     

    Companion Card: Must be produced if supporting a person with a disability to attend. No cost.

    Bursary: Available for people with a disability and carer/family. Please complete bursary application form.

    CONCURRENT STREAM ONE
    Please choose one session only. Enter (A, B, C) on your registration form:

     

    Session A. School Inclusion. Presenters will share their stories and reflections on why school inclusion is important for students with disabilities, advice on key strategies and the benefits of school inclusion. The session will aim to cover primary to post- secondary education.


    Session B. Finding a paid job. Often people with disabilities are excluded from the work force. This session will cover the importance and benefits that flow from paid employment and some very practical strategies in regard to assisting people with a disability to find, secure and maintain employment.


    Session C. Organisational Change. This session will focus on the key strategies of how organisations and services can change to ensures that people with disabilities can lead a uniquely fulfilling life and become authentically included in their local communities.

     ON LINE REGISTRATION IS FOR CREDIT CARD PAYMENT ONLY.​

    CONCURRENT STREAM TWO
    Please choose one session only. Enter A, B, C on your registration form:

     

    Session A. Self-Directed Supports. This session will include a range of presenters who will share their experiences of directing their own supports through Direct Payments to enable them to live in the community.


    Session B. Building Informal Networks & Community Belonging. Often the only people in the lives of people with a disability are family or people who are paid. This session highlights the importance of building informal support networks and various approaches that are helpful to nurture and support a range of relationships in the lives of people with a disability, including Circles of Support.


    Session C . Creating a Home of My Own Creating one’s own home is a natural progression in life. However often people with a disability remain living at home or find themselves in congregate facilities. This session will share stories of people with disabilities who have challenged the traditional methods and live in their own home with a range of creative supports.

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