Month: October 2019

Ms Jennifer Jacobs1, Ms Cheryll Rosales1 1Uniting Communities, Adelaide, South Australia Background: Our adversarial legal system puts those with complex communication needs (CCN), stemming from disability, illness or injury at significant disadvantage. The Evidence Act 1929 (SA) s4 says that...
  • October 22, 2019
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Our Voice SA Self Advocates & South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability Inclusion Workers  Ian Cummins1, Tiffany Littler1, Elizabeth Crawford1, Gavin Burner1,2, Chris Bergin2, Sarah Byrne2, Rebeka Touzea2 1Our Voice SA, 2South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability Presentation: Self-advocacy is a powerful...
  • October 17, 2019
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Our Voice SA members with Karen Rogers & Alison Vivian Ian Cummins1, Tiffany Littler1, Elizabeth Crawford1, Gavin Burner1, Karen Rogers2, Alison Vivian2 1Our Voice SA, Purple Orange Background: Our Voice SA is a 100% user-led self-advocacy group in South Australia....
  • October 17, 2019
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Dr Stacy Clifford Simplican Overview: In this workshop, we will explore how feminist theories of freedom can inform the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities, particularly around the concept of encounter. Feminists have developed accounts of freedom that pay attention...
  • October 1, 2019
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