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Disability SA Bulletin 100 – Healthy eating, healthy lifestyles program and speakers
August 2016 - A seminar to explore how disability service providers can promote health and wellbeing in people with disability
When: 9.00am to 12.00pm Friday 2 September 2016. Registrations from 8:30am.
Where: Education Development Centre, 4 Milner Street, Hindmarsh
This seminar is presented by the Office of the Senior Practitioner. We look forward to seeing you at the seminar where you'll learn strategies to increase your organisation's capacity to promote healthy eating, fitness and health.
Program and speakers
Registration desk opens
Welcome, opening and setting the scene
Dr David Caudrey, Executive Director, Disability SA
The South Australian Community Visitor Scheme
Mr Maurice Corcoran, Principal Community Visitor
Everyone deserves to be the best they can be. For that to happen a healthy diet, regular physical activity and proper sleep are required
Professor Gary Wittert, Head, Discipline of Medicine, University of Adelaide; Director, Freemason's Foundation Centre for Men's Health; Senior Consultant Endocrinologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital
Let's think about healthy lifestyle … and why there is a challenge getting it right!
Ms Jayne Lehmann, Credentialed Diabetes Educator
Supporting wellbeing through good nutrition practice
Ms Sandy Lowe, Manager ASSIST Therapy Services, Disability Services
Ms Anji Hill, Clinical Lead Dietetics, Disability Services
Ms Natarsha Emerson, Clinical Lead Speech Pathology, Disability Services
Working with organisations to implement healthy eating programs
Ms Anna Hughes, Developmental Educator, Director of My Future My Way
Working with partners
Ms Carmel Williams, Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Public Health Partnership Branch of the Department of Health and Ageing
Questions and discussion: What are the next steps?
There is no cost to attend this seminar. Registrations can be made through EventBrite. Please pass on this information to colleagues, people with disability and families.
Contact: Richard Bruggemann
Phone: +618 8207 0439