Moral Coherency: ‘How to function morally, coherently and adaptively in a world that is disfunctional, including its human services’

CRU is pleased to support the upcoming Moral Coherency workshops being held in Sydney in July.  This event is being run by a local co-operative called “The Implementation Project” For more information please visit their website:  https://moralcoherency.com/ Moral Coherency:  ‘How to function morally, coherently and adaptively in a world that is disfunctional, including its human…

Mini OISD Consultations: Targeted Consultations on Key Life Domains

About the Opportunity: CRU is offering a unique professional development opportunity for a small number of past OISD course participants. We are partnering with Staffing Options to conduct targeted reviews of the service arrangements of three individuals using the framework of the OISD course. This is rare and exciting learning experience in which participants will…

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Introduction to Social Role Valorisation:

Using SRV to improve the lifestyles of people with disabilities and the support arrangements we offer. Cairns Monday 30, Tuesday 31 May        About the workshop: This two-day workshop will explore what we mean by ‘quality’ in support arrangements and how ideas and principles from Social Role Valorisation (SRV) can be used to strengthen…

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CRU Conference Full Program is Now Available

CRU Conference Full Program is Now Available We are delighted to announce that the CRU conference program is now available. If you have not already registered, we would encourage you to REGISTER NOW so you don’t miss out! Ticket Sales Close on Friday 6th May. Claiming a Positive Future: The Power of Possibility has been…

Expecting Valued and Meaningful Lives: Tipping the Balance in Favour of the ‘Culturally Typical’ Options

Expecting Valued and Meaningful Lives: Tipping the Balance in Favour of the ‘Culturally Typical’ Options An Evening Discussion for Families   Download Flyer – PDF Version Download Flyer – Word Version   About the topic: Creating a typical lifestyle – one that looks valued but also “ordinary” – actually takes lots of conscious thinking and…

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March Conference Update

March Conference Update You are probably now aware of the upcoming CRU Conference ‘Claiming a Positive Future: The power of possibility’ on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st May.  We wanted to let you know that we have just released details of some new presenters. Our EARLY BIRD ticket rate is closing soon on 1st April,…

New Website Launched: Bringing The Good Life to Life

CRU is pleased to announce the launch of a new website we have developed as part of our NDIS Participant Readiness program. Titled ‘Bringing the Good Life to Life’, this website has been created as a resource for people with disability and their supporters, both paid and unpaid. This website can be found at: http://thegoodlife.cru.org.au…

Self Direction for Bigger and Better Lives Mackay

Presented by Jane Sherwin Tuesday 28 April 2015 Mackay   About the Workshop: As we move to the NDIS, the relationships between people with disabilities and their families, and the services that have supported them will need to be re-thought by all parties. In this new environment many people are searching for more productive and sustainable…

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An Evening Discussion Series for Families

** A discussion series for family members ** Why is inclusion so elusive? Monday 8th September: 6:15pm – 8:30pm (light meal from 5:45pm) Do the following examples resonate with you at all? A teacher says they believe in inclusion, but recommends a segregated activity. Or a family member says they’re onside, but never invites your…

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Janet Klees: Building Lasting Relationships

Janet Klees has been coordinator with the family-governed Deohaeko Support Network for the past 15 years and has been deeply affected by the lives of the people that she has come to know. Janet is the author of two books “We Come Bearing Gifts” and “Our Presence has Roots” that are both for sale in the CRU bookstore.

All of Janet’s work focuses on individually-designed arrangements and she is especially concerned that families are well supported to think through practical, principled ways to ensure that their family members live meaningful, involved and secure lives within their communities.