About the event
This early childhood intervention information event is delivered by Dr. Adele Suda, a senior Occupational Therapist (OT) and lecturer who specialises in disability therapies.
During the session Adele will talk to you about early childhood intervention, the NDIS, and family-centred advocacy, support and direction.
Monday 28th February
Where: Myhorizon’s Ian McDougall Centre, 1-15A Runnymede Road, Capalaba Qld 4157
Cost: This event is free to attend.
RSVP: Please email Kylee Honeyman, Ian McDougall Centre Manager, on email@example.com to register your attendance.
More about the speaker
Adele Suda is a Senior Occupational Therapist and Lecturer with over 20 years experience working with children, adolescents and families (B.App.Sc. OT; Grad Cert. Counselling; PhD Candidate).
She is registered with AHPRA and the Australian Occupational Therapy Association.
Her career has focused on working with neurological/cognitive impairments such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Cerebral Palsy, ADD/ADHD, Learning Difficulties and Sensory Processing Disorder.
She is highly experienced in developing and implementing child/family centred evidence based interventions.
Adele has worked in a number of settings including Alice Springs with indigenous communities and Newcastle Child and Family Health Network. She owned and directed a private paediatric practice on the Gold Coast QLD for 10 years.
Adele’s passion and enthusiasm for working with children, adolescents and families, has developed through working as a clinician, lecturer at Southern Cross University and also as a researcher.
Adele is also the mother of a child with support needs and has advocated for him for over 10 years through school, community and serviceprovision.
Adele is the founder and director of Caring About Families, and works in partnership with children and their family members to plan, set goals, and create a meaningful and purposeful life.
Adele is a Lecturer at Southern Cross University in the School of Health and Human Sciences where she teaches on the Occupational Therapy program. She is also a PhD candidate with the University of Sydney studying the perceptions of family well-being for families who have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Adele is also a committee member of Autism Gold Coast Inc., actively increasing awareness and support for those with ASD in the community.