If you want to understand me, you need to stand in my shoes
Monday, 21st March from 1 pm to 2.30 pm (AEDT)
Please note that attending the online discussion requires an understanding of Social Role Valorisation (SRV). We invite people who have attended the "Towards a better life" or a four day "SRV 10" workshop to join the discussion.
Places are limited, please register now to not miss out. If you registered and can't attend, please let us know so someone else can take your spot.
NO RECORDING FOR THIS EVENT
Who are the discussions for? (Booking prerequisite)
Anyone who has attended an SRV theory workshop or event (Towards a better life, SRV 10) and is wanting an opportunity to deepen their learnings on SRV particularly on how SRV theory can be applied practically.
The facilitated online discussions are an opportunity for conversations that invites questions, critical thinking and sharing of examples.
Each online discussion will be on a different topic based on the themes of SRV.
About the Facilitator: Meg Sweeney
Meg Sweeney is a parent of an adult daughter with intellectual disability who needs mentoring in many aspects of her life. Meg is a long term student and teacher of SRV having witnessed its capacity to loosen the grip of devaluation.
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What Foundations Forum offers you in 2022
This is the second online discussion event of a series of online events in 2022. The information about our third event in this series will be published shortly.
With your safety in mind, Foundations Forum offers this year a series of online SRV discussion opportunities. Depending on Covid-19 restrictions in 2022, a face-to-face "Towards a better life workshops" is planned for May 2022. Feel free to email us your expression of interest to email@example.com
The online discussion series is part of our Pursuing Ordinary Lives Through Valued Roles Project, which is funded by the Department of Social Services (DSS) through an Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) grant.
Please let us know of any accessibility requirements when registering so that adjustment can be made.