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Peer network meetings

Event Date: 27-05-2024
Event Time: 3:30
Event Presenter: ISCA
Event Location: Online via Teams

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  • An online networking meeting, held on Mondays in Weeks 3 and 7 of the term.
    • This Term that would be the 29th April, and the 27th May.
  • These will be held directly after school from 3:30 to 4:30.
  • Meetings will be held via Teams. Which allows all to join, regardless of whether or not your school uses teams.
  • Invitations will be sent a week prior to all members via the main group email. This will include any/all resources if needed for the meeting.
  • The layout is intended to be:
    • The opening 10-15 minutes will be focused (E.g an overview of a resource, topics of discussion, case study etc)
    • The remainder of the meeting time will be for networking, peer support, and conversational in nature.

The central aim of these meetings is to build connections and hopefully offer everyone some peer support networking. If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to get into contact with ISCA or any member of the committee.


Yellow Ladybugs Conference 2024

Date Posted: 20-06-2024
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2024 Yellow Ladybugs Conference, a 3-day online offering, with access to OnDemand content. This year Yellow Ladybugs delve into the world of neuro-affirming culture. As always, we promise to deliver captivating, life-changing, and memorable professional and life-learning opportunities.

We take you back to basics to understand WHY we continue to advocate for the often-hidden needs of autistic girls, women, and gender-diverse students.

We will combine narratives and panel-style interviews with some practical training offerings to build up the tools in your toolkit for supporting a range of autistic students at school, home and, beyond.

Teachers, parents, allied health professionals, and autistic individuals will gain a better understanding of how to support the learning and well-being needs of autistic girls, teens, and gender-diverse students, who often have internalised, or hidden needs.

Yellow Ladybug’s mission is to amplify autistic voices; therefore, our conferences have a strong emphasis on lived autistic experience. While we may have some non-autistic speakers, we strive to include mainly autistic speakers, including teachers, allied health professionals, psychologists, and other professionals. We aim to reflect the diversity of our community and increase the understanding of intersectional needs.

Each speaker will share their experience, insights, and strategies to support, understand, and celebrate autistic students.


$99 for full online access for the 3-day conference plus OnDemand viewing.

The conference will be held online from 18 June to 20 June 2024.

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What is ADHD, who does it affect and how is it related to executive function?

Date Posted: 30-05-2024
Hyperlink Address:

About the session:

Please join us for an online session to learn more about what is ADHD and how it affects and is related to executive functions. 


Speaker information:

Rodney Titovs | Acting Clinical Senior | Child Protection Counselling Service

Rodney first started in youth work with 'street kids' in the late 1980s, before moving into the disability field. Upon completing his social work degree in 2002, Rodney worked as a drug and alcohol counsellor, followed by various roles with Corrective Services including leading a team that managed high-risk parolees. This was followed by facilitating the start-up of a homelessness program. After  4 years with Cancer Council NSW, Rodney worked as a mental health clinician and completed a Graduate Diploma in Applied Mental Health (Child and Adolescent specialisation). With this qualification, Rodney moved into his current role with the Local Health District's Integrated Violence Prevention and Response Service as a  Child Protection Counsellor. In his current role, Rodney provides counselling to parents, carers and children who are in out-of-home-care, or seeking family preservation or restoration. Currently, Rodney is the acting Clinical Senior for the Nepean Blue Mountains LHD Child Protection Counselling Service. Along with all of this, Rodney specialises in ADHD and has his own lifelong lived experience as a person living with ADHD.

Meeting details:


Thursday, 30 May 2024


11:00 AM AEST for 1.5 hours


Online, via your computer

This online meeting will require a Zoom account - if you don't already have one, please create an account before attending the meeting. In order to receive your certificate of attendance, please use your full name and email address to register.

Login Link:

After registering, the login link will be available on your Portal meeting page. Check you have the system requirements and view the video tutorial on how to join the meeting.