AusACPDM COVID-19 Taskforce: Listening and sharing sessions

AusACPDM COVID-19 Taskforce: Listening and sharing sessions

6th August, 2020

The AusACPDM COVID-19 Task Force have held two free Listening and Sharing sessions to provide an opportunity for clinicians and researchers in our community, across Australasia, to explore how best we can help children, families, colleagues and services during the COVID-19 pandemic now and into the future.

You can view the recordings from each of these sessions below, and also access other COVID-19 Resources that the taskforce have collated.

Supporting families with disabilities impacted by COVID-19: the role of listening sessions

Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on service delivery – Listening session for clinicians & researchers

A guide on organising and conducting “Listen and Sharing Sessions” has also been created by the Global COVID-19 Childhood Disability “Listening and Sharing committee”- a collaborative initiative of the International Alliance of Academies of Childhood Disability (IAACD), hoping to assist both professionals and consumers in hosting their own listening and sharing sessions. Input is welcomed from families, children, clinicians and researchers. Please feel free to email any suggestions to add to this tip sheet to aspittle@unimelb.edu.au

Download the guide here

If you would like any further information about our listening and sharing sessions, or would like to request a topic for discussion then contact us at info@ausacpdm.org.au

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