Program

Tuesday 5 November 2019

0930 Pre-Conference Workshop Registration & Morning Tea | Gallery, Level 1
Pre-Conference Workshop | Balcony 1,2 & 3
Chair Ian Pearce
1000-1600 Fundamentals for Positive Behavioural Support (PBS): making it happen
Dr Nick Gore

 

Wednesday 6 November 2019

0800 Registration | Gallery, Level 1
  Opening Plenary Session | Ballroom B & C
0900-0945 Welcome to Country
President’s Address – Laura Hogan
Chair Angela Dew
0945-1030 Keynote Speaker
Systemic advocacy and leadership by people with intellectual disability
Jim Simpson & Shu Hua Chan
1030-1033 What stereotypes do people have of YOU?
Dr Dean Holland – Take Better Photos
1033-1100 Morning Tea  & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Concurrent Session 1
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme FAMILIES INCLUSIVE SERVICES AND COMMUNITIES SELF ADVOCACY AND RELATIONSHIPS POST SCHOOL OPTIONS SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
Chair Karen Rogers Susan Michael Brigit Mirfin-Veitch Ben Crothers Janet Videon
1100-1130 Embracing the future: an evaluation of sexuality workshops for parents and carers of children and young people with intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorders
Erin Donnelly
What makes community activities accessible? The views of adults with intellectual disability
Dr Allyson Thomson
Having a say: Down Syndrome Advisory Network (DSAN)
Dr Ellen Skladzien
Improving school to work transition for young people with intellectual disability 
Amy Scott & Dr William Crisp
Twitter School!
Aine Healey
1130-1200 Adult siblings of people with disability: exploring the complex system of relationships that contribute to positive life span outcomes
Wendy Simpson
Finding ways to support local councils as agents for inclusion – what the “My Home My Community” project has discovered so far
Dr Phillippa Carnemolla, Jack Kelly, Catherine Donnelley & Aine Healey
Writing the script. The overt and hidden contradictions of supporters’ work in independent self-advocacy groups
Dr Sian Anderson
An evaluation of Community Bridging Service Inc.’s school2work Supports
Adele Demasi
Friendships & relationships for people with intellectual disability
The Inclusive Research Network
1200-1230 The experiences of ageing parent carers and the reasons behind their decision to continue to care for adult children with intellectual disability at home
Wendy Simpson
Enabling hospitals to be more inclusive and responsive to people with intellectual disabilities
Professor Christine Bigby
Mutual recognition in paid support relationships
Professor Karen Fisher & Professor Sally Robinson
The Micro Enterprise Project: building meaningful employment opportunities for people with disability
Jayne Barrett
Models for forming and supporting circles of support for people with intellectual disability
Dr Tal Araten-Bergman
1230-1330 Lunch & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Poster Viewing Session
Division Chairs Meeting (1245-1315) | Balcony 4
Plenary Session | Ballroom B & C
Chair Christine Bigby
1330-1415 Keynote Speaker
Critiquing approaches to community participation of people with intellectual disabilities
Dr Stacy Clifford Simplican
1415-1420 Change Rooms
Concurrent Session 2
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme BEING A SELF-ADVOCATE ORAL HEALTH INCLUSIVE AND PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES TO RESEARCH REPRESENTING PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
Chair Sian Anderson Allyson Thomson Leanne Dowse Paul O’Dea Richard O’Loughlin
1420-1450 Workshop:
YOU too can be an advocate!

Jim Simpson & Shu Hua Chan

Workshop:
Oral health champions at genU – supporting the journey to a good life and taking control

Margery Pithouse & Bonnie Morrison

Increasing rigour in inclusive disability research methods: a systematic technique for accessible data analysis
Professor Sally Robinson & Professor Karen Fisher
Workshop:
More than just a poster boy – making sure people with intellectual disability have choice and control of how they are represented in communications

Ben Alexander & Rachel Spencer

Workshop:
Pathological demand avoidance: hype or hard graft?

Dr Jenny Curran, Michelle Miller & Kerry Rye

1450-1520 Using a novel approach to participatory network mapping to understand value creation in the lives of families with a primary school-aged child with intellectual disability
Jane Adams
1520-1550 Afternoon Tea & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Concurrent Session 3
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme PARTICIPATION HEALTH  PEOPLE WITH COMPLEX NEEDS   ADULTS CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 
Chair Christine Bigby Susan Michael Leanne Dowse Caroline Ellison Jenny Curran
1550-1620 Workshop:
Feminist theories of freedom and intellectual disability: new ways forward for the concept of encounter
Dr Stacy Clifford Simplican
Recognising and responding to pain in adults with severe intellectual disability: the effectiveness of an intervention targeting support workers
Dr Stella Koritsas
What good life?- looking for belonging on the fringes
Benjamin Garcia-Lee
Where to next for adults with intellectual disability who have completed an inclusive university program
Charlotte Gobec
Mental health in children with a neurogenetic syndrome associated with intellectual disability
A/Professor Jenny Downs
1620-1650 People with intellectual disability and type 1 diabetes: toward strategies for supported independence
Dr Nathan Wilson
Evidenced based trial for complex psychosocial and forensic disability service delivery models in an NDIS framework – journey to a good life
Melinda Kubisa & Susan Goodall
Developing social skills with adults
Emily Churchill
FaceMatch.org.au: using computer vision to improve genomic diagnosis for people with a syndromic form of intellectual disability
Dr Tracy Dudding-Byth
1650-1720 Prevalence and incidence of physical health disorders in people with intellectual disability – a systematic review
Peiwen Liao
Building good lives, together – the development and implementation of a Model of Care in a NZ forensic intellectual disability context
Sandra Malcolm & Anne Mathieson
A process evaluation of an innovative inclusive performing arts project “Experience Collider” for teens with multiple support needs, within a quality of life framework
Nada Murphy
Best practice for developing and validating a quality of life measure for children with intellectual disability
A/Professor Jenny Downs
1720-1920 Welcome Reception | Gallery, Level 1

Thursday 7 November 2019

0800 Registration | Gallery, Level 1
Plenary Session | Ballroom B & C
Chair Christine Bigby
0845-0930 Keynote Speaker
We’re in this together: partnership working and Positive Behavioural Support
Dr Nick Gore
0930-0935 Change Rooms
Concurrent Session 4
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme SELF-ADVOCACY  SERVICES  RURAL AND REMOTE SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS OR COMMUNICATION DIFFICULTIES PARTICIPATION 
Chair  Ian Cummins Ben Crothers Laura Hogan  Richard O’Loughlin Allyson Thomson
0935-1005 Workshop:
The long and winding road (big step)
Donna Best, Paul O’Dea, Belinda Drew, Morrie O’Connor & Michelle Moss

Workshop:
Taking control through digital transformation – effective systems
Natalie Berry & Declan Kelly

Symposium Part 1:
A snapshot of high quality research and research informed practice for people with intellectual disability in rural and remote Australia


Making it real – student education in rural allied health disability services
Julie Cullenward

What do disability support organisations believe about Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)? Using policy belief systems to identify emerging alliances in the NDIS
Brent Hayward
Local Inclusive Fitness for Everyone (LIFE): results from a novel pilot project
Dr Carole Broxham & Dr Eli Ristevski
1005-1035 CDS outreach: reflections on establishing therapy facilitator services under the NDIS in western NSW
Sarah Wagstaff
The accessibility and usefulness of Positive Behaviour Support plans for non-specialised support people
Chloe Jarvis
Inclusive access to South Australian sporting clubs for individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities
Claire Robertson
1035-1100 Morning Tea & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Concurrent Session 5
Room  Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme COMPLEX SUPPORT INCLUSIVE RESEARCH METHODS RURAL AND REMOTE SUPPORT FOR DECISION MAKING QUALITY AND SAFE SERVICES 
Chair Leanne Dowse Ian Pearce Laura Hogan Christine Bigby Sally Robinson
1100-1130 Restrictive practices – illuminating communities
Susan Connell
People with intellectual disabilities as researchers: establishing an inclusive research team
Felicity Crowther
Symposium Part 2:
A snapshot of high quality research and research informed practice for people with intellectual disability in rural and remote Australia


Telepractice: a real choice for quality therapy services in rural areas
Dr Kim Bulkeley


Barriers and impediments to providing end-of-life care in rural Australia
A/Professor Stuart Wark


Living a good life for Aboriginal people with intellectual/ developmental disability from central Australia
A/Professor Angela Dew

Symposium:
Supported Decision-Making Theory and Practice


Article 12 and the NSW guardianship framework: a case study highlighting barriers for people with intellectual disability regarding legal capacity and autonomy of decision-making
Jenna Macnab


Strategies for supporting people with intellectual disability to have choice and control over their lives?
Dr William Crisp


Developing an evidence-based practice framework to guide support for decision making
Professor Christine Bigby

What is good service quality for people with intellectual disability? Frontline day service staff’s perspectives on what it is and how it should be measured
Jade McEwen
1130-1200 Understanding the impact of the roadmap for achieving dignity without restraint for people with disabilities
Dr Raelene West
Inclusive research and diverse teams – who takes control and when?!
Dr Phillippa Carnemolla, Jack Kelly, Catherine Donnelley & Aine Healy
Building safe and respectful cultures in disability services: results of a pilot project
Professor Sally Robinson & Marianna Codognotto
1200-1230 Background evidence for the statement of ASID’s position on intellectual disability and complex support needs
Professor Leanne Dowse
Our recipe for inclusive research
Rachel High, Hannah Beinke, Mary Whitford, Genelle Markham & Corey Hooper
Sexual abuse of people with an intellectual disability – a perpetrator case study
Gail Ritchie
1230-1330 Lunch & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
ASID AGM (1245-1315) | Balcony 4

Plenary Session | Ballroom B & C
Chair Prof. Angus Buchanan
1330-1415 Keynote Speaker
Helping damaged people manage their chaotic emotions
Dr Jennifer Clegg
1415-1420 Change Rooms
Concurrent Session 6
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme  PBS RESPECTFUL SERVICES  NDIS SELF-ADVOCACY AND RIGHTS INCLUSION IN UNIVERSITIES
Chair Richard O’Loughlin Ruth Firstbrook Richard Bruggeman Karen Rogers Ben Crothers
1420-1520 Workshop:
Emotional wellbeing and PBS for caregivers and people with disabilities who display behaviours that challenge
Dr Nick Gore

Workshop:
Making services safer and more respectful
Peta Ferguson, Professor Sally Robinson & Marianna Codognotto
Panel Discussion:
NDIS – What could possibly go wrong?
Panel Members:
Morrie O’Connor, Jim Simpson & Delphine Stagg
Workshop:
My life. My rights.
How Australia is doing at protecting our human rights and what the UN have to say 
Rachel Spencer, Judy Huett & Sonia Hume


Round Table:
Inclusion of people with intellectual disability at university in Australia

Dr Fiona Rillotta & Professor Patricia O’Brien
1520-1550 Afternoon Tea & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Post ASID AGM Board Meeting (1525-1540) | Balcony 4
Concurrent Session 7
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme INCLUSION VIOLENCE AND ABUSE BEREAVEMENT PROVIDING INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT ADULTS AND SERVICES
Chair Ian Cummins & Ian Pearce Christine Bigby Sue Goodall Susan Michael Allyson Thomson
1550-1620 Workshop:
What inclusion means to me
Sarah Byrne, Rebeka Touzeau, Chris Bergin & Ben Alexander
Forum:
Royal Commission on Abuse,Violence Neglect, and Exploitation of People with Disabilities
Workshop:
The Adult Attachment Picture Projective System: what it tells us about bereavement and why that matters
Dr Jennifer Clegg


Inclusive practice for decision making support
Justine O’Neill & Jack Kelly
Living a full and meaningful life with a physical & intellectual disability
Dayna Atkinson, Valeska Catalan & Sarah Black
1620-1650 Evaluation of decision-making support training for disability support workers
Dr Stella Koritsas
Experiences of National Disability Insurance Scheme planning from the perspective of adults with intellectual disability
Professor Angus Buchanan
1650-1720 The international perspective on Easy English and Easy Read: the journey forward
Cathy Basterfield
Service provider perspectives on supporting people with intellectual and developmental disability from Iraqi and Syrian refugee backgrounds
A/Professor Angela Dew
1830 Dine Arounds

Friday 8 November 2019

0800 Registration | Gallery, Level 1
Plenary Session | Ballroom B & C
Chair Angela Dew
0845-0930 Keynote Speaker
Indigenous perspectives on disability and inclusion, and implications of these for supporting people with intellectual disabilities
Scott Avery
0930-0940 Launch 2020 Conference
0940-0955 ASID Awards Ceremony
Chair Denice Wharldall
0955-1040 Self-advocacy, peer networks and accessible information provision: how they have shaped our lives
Our Voice SA Self Advocates & South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability (SACID) Inclusion Workers:
Ian Cummins, Tiffany Littler, Rebeka Touzea, Gavin Burner, Chris Bergin, Sarah Byrne & Elizabeth Crawford
1040-1100 Morning Tea & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Concurrent Session 8
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2 Balcony 3 Balcony 4
Theme WORKING INCLUSIVELY SELF-ADVOCACY APPROACHES TO INCLUSION TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNET CULTURE SELF DETERMINATION
Chair Janet Videon Ian Cummins & Denice Wharldall Caroline Ellison Ben Crothers Laura Hogan
1100-1130 Workshop:
Inclusive research methods and practices involving people with intellectual disability
Scott Avery & A/Professor Angela Dew

Workshop:
Speaking up for yourself – the first steps to being a self-advocate
Our Voice SA members:
Elizabeth Crawford & Gavin Burner
with Karen Rogers & Alison Vivian
Belonging to the Disability Services Advisory Council
Brad Mitchell & Emily Reaper

Caregivers’ views of the risks and benefits of Internet use by people with intellectual disability
Sarah Glencross
From criminalisation to individual choice: policy responses to changing constructions of intellectual disability in Western Australia
Wendy Simpson
1130-1200 An artist’s interpretation of the National Standards for Disability Services
The Inclusive Research Network
The use of virtual reality for capacity building through sensory experiences
Gerald Farrugia
Adventures in becoming a ‘legal’ adult with severe intellectual disabilities: personal and research perspectives
Michelle King
1200-1230 Taking control through writing and making art
Lisa Scott & Chloe Watfern
There and back again – Our South Australian Journey.  The use of skilled communication partners in the criminal justice space
Jennifer Jacobs & Cheryll Rosales
1230-1330 Lunch & Exhibition | Gallery, Level 1
Australian Psychological Society, Psychology of Intellectual Disability & Autism Interest Group AGM (1245-1315) | Balcony 4
Concurrent Session 9
Room Ballroom B&C Ballroom A Balcony 1&2
Theme REFLECTIONS ON THE CONFERENCE PEOPLE WITH COMPLEX NEEDS FAMILY LEADERSHIP
Chair Aine Healey Jennifer Colechin Caroline Ellison
1330-1430 Workshop:
Wrap up session: What can we do with all the research!
Aine Healey, Sonia Hume & Gavin Burner
Round Table:
The right to effective treatment for individuals with complex needs
Jennifer Colechin & Chelsea Troutman
Symposium:
Family leadership centres on ‘right relationship’ where support is strongly aligned to each person’s individual needs. Self-direction builds the capacity of people with disability and their families to take leadership of paid support


Building Family Leadership – Culture and Process – a Provider’s View
Prue Gorman


Evaluating Self-directed Support – Outcomes of a Family Leadership Model
A/Professor Caroline Ellison


My experience of self-directing my own support
Michael Mooney

 

 

Plenary Session | Ballroom B & C
1435 Closing Remarks/Farewell
Laura Hogan
Following Afternoon Tea | Gallery, Level 1