Concurrent Session: Walking Side By Side To Plan Effectively
Presenting In Person
Jess Feary is the Victoria and Tasmania Coordinator for Positive Partnerships. She has a background in occupational therapy and public health and over 15 years’ experience working with neurodiverse people and their families in clinical, research, policy and educational settings.
Positive Partnerships is an Australian Government funded program that supports school-aged children on the autism spectrum. It provides free professional learning and resources to parents/carers and educators. The Planning Tool developed by the team for use with neurodiverse children and young people can be used at home, at school and in the broader community. It is best completed by combining the professional and lived experience of school staff, health/allied health providers that support the young person, the young person and their family.