AusACPDM Listening and Sharing session: 31st August 2022
First Nations cultural adaptation of the LEAP-CP early Screening Program
31st August 4:30pm Australian EST
Join us in our free listening and sharing session.
Topic information: Early screening programs can identify infants who are ‘on track’ with their development and those who require extra support to grow strong. The LEAP-CP early screening study is a culturally adapted program embedded in hospital services in North QLD and aims to offer First Nations babies and families early movement and learning checks over the first year of life to support infant development. The cultural adaptation and modification of the screening program utilises a participatory action research model involving community consultation and engagement, targeting key components of cultural safety and sensitivity, consultation and co-design, capacity building and sustainability. This session may be of interest to clinicians and researches working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander infants and families.
Speakers: Leanne Mick-Ramsamy, Carly Luke
The session will be facilitated by: Professor Ros Boyd
The aim of our AusACPDM Listening and sharing sessions are to share knowledge, experiences and learnings. These will be held via zoom, and will be open to everyone (but registration numbers are limited!). Recordings of some of our sessions will be made available within the members only section of the AusACPDM website at a later date.
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Date: 31 August - 31 August
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