FRSA National Conference 2019 Program!


The wait is over! The Program for FRSA National Conference 2019 is live!

Based around the theme, New Horizons: Building the future, Paving the way, this year’s program aims to deliver knowledge, insights and inspiration to practitioners, managers, CEO’s, Researchers, and Policy makers on how we can best deliver our services to our clients with the aim of helping them to enjoy better lives.

Adding to our stellar keynote speaker and panellist line-up, we have 70 half hour sessions and five 90 minute symposiums. The standards of abstracts for this year’s conference was extremely high, with a lot of competition. We have been working hard to ensure the program captures the great expectations of FRSA Conference attendees. We have also left plenty of time for networking and we are putting the final touches to our Conference Gala Dinner that will certainly deliver a marvelous Hunter Valley experience.

Check out the pre-Conference workshop options on offer on Tuesday! Including “First 1000 Days Movement facilitated by Jackie Bennett and Anne Taylor and “Data to drive rapid cycle design and testing” presented by international keynote speaker, Dr Tim Hobbs, CEO, Dartington Service Design Lab, UK.

We will also be joined by the Ngangkari Healers on Wednesday and Thursday. Ngangkari are Anangu traditional healers, who have received special tools and training from their grandparents, they have a culturally based view of causation and recovery from physical and mental illness and attribute many illness and emotional states to harmful elements in the Anangu spiritual world. The Ngangkari Healers are brought to the Conference thanks to our Ochre Sponsor, Relationships Australia.

Visit the Conference website to view or download the PDF program. Click on the session titles for more details.

Join us for another great event, in the Hunter Valley on 19-22 November 2019.
Don’t delay. Register Now!

If you have any questions, please contact the FRSA team.