Mental Health of Students with Disability K-12 Conference

Overview

The Mental Health of Students with Disability K-12 Conference is designed to connect teachers with leading experts and practitioners in the field of mental health of children with disability.

The conference aims to support improved outcomes for students through practice, which assists with early detection and prioritises effective intervention strategies.

The conference will involve keynote speakers, practical workshops and will feature a panel of practising educational experts.

The conference is conducted within the context of teachers being part of a frontline service that plays a critical role in observing and attempting to make sense of complex behaviours within the classroom setting.

Accreditation

Completing an Mental Health of Students with Disability K-12 Conference will contribute 5 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing: 6.2.2, 6.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Target Participants

Teachers, Executive and Principals K-12 (including those in specialist settings)

School Counsellors

Delivery

There will be a range of plenary, workshop and panel modes.

 

Read a JPL Article relevant to the Conference by the presenter:  Helping teachers - helping students - some considerations for teaching students with disability

Listen to a Podcast relevant to the Conference by the presenter: Special Needs in Mainstream Classes K-12