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SA Aboriginal Bi-Cultural Awareness, Safety and Inclusion

Event Details
Date: Wednesday 25 March 2020
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Dementia Australia building
State: South Australia
CPD hrs: 7
Cost:

EARLYBIRD (closes 4.00pm, Friday 28 February 2020)

$400 Member
$250 Student Member
$325 Non Member Student
$600 Non Members
$300 New Graduates / Retired / Life

STANDARD

$550 Member
$300 Student Member
$400 Non Member Student
$750 Non Members
$400 New Graduates / Retired / Life
Organiser: AASW SA Branch
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In this workshop you will:

  • Explore the factors driving what is commonly referred to as Aboriginal disadvantage’
  • Discuss how to apply loss and grief as a culturally appropriate discipline
  • Discover how loss and grief influences Aboriginal people engaging (or not) with mainstream service providers
  • Learn practical strategies to ensure practices are culturally safe and inclusive for the aboriginal individual
  • Learn how Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal service providers can work effectively together to advance Aboriginal prosperity
  • Understand and value ancestral losses and inter-generational supressed unresolved grief
  • Discuss contemporary reflective and creative grief activities that support pathways towards Aboriginal prosperity

About the presenter - Rosemary Wanganeen

Rosemary Wanganeen is a proud Aboriginal South Australian and her traditional heritage is the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains, Koogatha and Wirrangu both of the west coast of South Australia. She is also proud founding CEO of the Sacred Site Within Healing Centre which she founded in 1993. She registered the Australian Institute for Loss and Grief in 2005. Rosemary is a human rights and social justice advocate who uses loss and grief to campaign for the promotion and protection of our basic human rights! Within 22 years she’s become self-employed, a holistic entrepreneur, clinical loss and grief counselor, educator and assessor, presenter and author of her unique and innovative model the ‘Seven Phases to Integrating Loss and Grief’ (c).

Location

Dementia Australia, 27 Conyngham Street, Glenside

Date

Wednesday 25 March 2020 - 9.00am-5.00pm

Cost

Earlybird (closes 4pm, Friday 28 February)

$400 AASW Members
$600 Non-Members
$250 AASW Student Members

Standard

$550 AASW Members
$750 Non-Members
$300 AASW Student Members
Please note our event terms and conditions when registering
AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers