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LifePoints Conference

(for Cerebral Palsy Alliance employees only)

Why choose this course?

This LifePoints conference is designed to provide allied health clinicians, teachers and health team, with an opportunity to receive evidence based information that is relevant to clients, the disability sector and interventions/services provided by Cerebral Palsy Alliance. The conference will cover a broad range of topics, including discipline specific and information that is relevant to all staff.   It will also provide an opportunity to network with peers.

The LifePoints conference is an essential learning activity for all LifePoints clinicians working at Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

What content does the program cover?

  • Presentations from invited guests (people living with disability and/or people with specialist backgrounds in working with people with disability)download LifePoints Conference Program

  • Updates on research relevant to our practice
  • Discipline specific and transdisciplinary workshops

***Please review detailed Conference Program on this page.  Choose which afternoon sessions you wish to attend and register using the links below.  You can register for one workshop for Session 1 and one workshop for Session 2.

Workshop Session 1 - 1:30pm - 2.45pm

Motor Speech Interventions

Complex Pain Interventions and Case Studies

UL Commercial Splinting Options

HINE Peer Review session

Introduction to Motor Neurone Disease

Exercise & Sports Science Australia Conference March 2018


Workshop Session 2 - 3:15pm - 4.30pm

Rapid Syllable Transition Treatment (ReST)

Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development Peer Review session

Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for the Lower Limb (CIMT-LL)

Understanding and supporting mental health/emotional wellbeing of children and adolescents with disability

DMO Education Seminar

Switch Skills - supporting participation


How will my course work be assessed?

There is no formal assessment as part of this activity however all participants are required to participate and implement new learning in their clinical practice.

How long is the course?

Duration: 1 day

Time:        8:30am to 5pm

Please BYO lunch. Morning tea, afternoon tea and post conference drinks/nibbles are provided.

When does the course run?

Monday 23 July 2018 – Allambie Heights

Where can I get more information?

Contact: The Training Alliance Team

Email: training@cerebralpalsy.org.au

Phone: +61 2 9975 8715

Please note course registration closes 1 week before start of course

Cancellation conditions apply 

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Course Dates

Please select your course date.

Start DateLocationCost
Mon 23 Jul 2018 at 8:30AM 1 class Allambie Register