FRSA now hosts webinars presented by influential members of the family and relationship sector.
FRSA is revisiting presentations from the FRSA National Conference 2022 via this lunchtime webinar series during September 2022.
The presentations are from the Conference’s Thursday morning sessions, which FRSA wanted to showcase again due to factors on the day outside the control of the presenters resulting in low attendance in these sessions. The three presentations are from the Ageing and Telepractice streams.
Familial Abuse and Psychosocial Risk Factors in Older People from ATSI and CALD Backgrounds | Thursday 29 September 2022 | 12:30PM-1:00PM AEST | Presenter: Anna Gillbard, UnitingCare
Elder abuse is increasingly being recognised as an issue affecting people throughout Australia and the rest of the world. Elder abuse is defined as abuse which occurs within a relationship where there is an expectation of trust.
Data collected by an elder abuse helpline in Queensland was analysed to compare the types of abuse and risk factors of alleged victims from ATSI, CALD and Other (non-ATSI or CALD cases) backgrounds. Differences in patterns of abuse and reporting were found. Rates of trauma, level of English, income and wealth were found to differ as a function of ethnicity group. Between-group differences were also observed for alleged perpetrators with regards to age, income, wealth, substance abuse and trigger factors for the abuse.
Developing a better understanding of risk factors for ATSI and CALD victims and the alleged perpetrators can help to provide information to provide more targeted responses for both awareness raising activities and intervention strategies.
Effective use of Telehealth Delivery in Supporting Children After Separation: Challenges and Solutions | Wednesday 21 September 2022 | 12:30PM-1:00PM AEST | Presenters: Melanie Weinstock & Josette Gardiner, Better Place Australia
The Supporting Children After Separation Program (SCASP), delivered by Better Place Australia, provides counselling to children and young people, 5 to 18 years old from separated families.
This presentation will explore the challenges SCASP practitioners have experienced in the transition to online counselling during COVID-19. Challenges have included assessing safety for telehealth sessions where high conflict is present as well as remotely navigating the dynamics of separated and blended families. It is important to then explore some solutions the program has discovered.
Socially connecting during a socially distancing pandemic | Wednesday 7 September 2022 | 12:30PM-1:00PM AEST | Presenter: Lucy Louca, PRONIA
During Melbourne’s extended COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions through their Family Relationship Program, PRONIA attended to an unparalleled number of calls for help, including from many who had never used the services before.
The presentation will draw on experiences gained in transitioning face-to-face services and programs to telephone service, and the challenges faced and benefits gained. Additional challenges faced within the counselling context will also be presented; these include unfamiliarity with the counselling process and historic trauma, not previously disclosed.
Wednesday 10 November 2021, 12:00pm – 12:45pm AEDT
Friday, 24 April 2020, 11:30am – 12:30pm AEST
Continuing the conversation: Prioritising the safety and wellbeing of children in Australia – what should the key features of a national framework be?
Tuesday, 17 December 2019, 2PM – 3PM AEDT
Frequently Asked Questions
A webinar is a seminar that you can attend online, also known as an online seminar. It is a live presentation that is viewed online that enables participants in different geographical locations to receive the same message, at the same time.
Select the Webinar you wish to register for. Add your details in at the registration page. The page will indicate whether payment is required or if the webinar is free.
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Note: If payment is required, please make payment 24 hours prior to webinar start time to ensure payment/registration has been processed.
Upon receipt of your registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with sign-in instructions and session code.
In days prior to meeting, ensure that your computer is ready to access webinar, links will be emailed
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Registrations will close once the attendance limit has been reached.
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During the actual Webinar, the presenter will show information via slides and/or videos of the chosen topic and simultaneously hear the presenter.
Participants may ask a question at any time by typing into the comments field on the webinar page.
Questions will only be seen by presenters and webinar manager.
No, your webcam and microphone are turned off towards the host. When joining the webinar, you will automatically be muted.
Yes – they will be emailed to you.
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