Upcoming Events

PQSA Education Session - the importance of Peer Support after a Spinal Cord Injury

PQSA Education Session - the importance of Peer Support after a Spinal Cord Injury

From: 02:00pm Thu 16 Apr 2020
Until: 04:00pm Thu 16 Apr 2020
225 Greenhill Road Dulwich

PQSA have two dedicated Peer Support Advocates with lived experience who are based at the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre Spinal Injury Unit.

Presented by Peer Support Advocates Graham O’Neil and Kelly Rogers who provide personal support, advice and information to people with spinal injuries undergoing rehabilitation and during their transition back into the community.

PQSA Education Session - Protecting your shoulders for what really matters

PQSA Education Session - Protecting your shoulders for what really matters

From: 02:00pm Thu 26 Mar 2020
Until: 04:00pm Thu 26 Mar 2020
225 Greenhill Road Dulwich

As the peak community body in South Australia, PQSA is presenting a series of specialised subjects, led by our staff. Aimed at people living with a disability, health professionals and workers in the sector, the free sessions are an excellent opportunity for information sharing and networking.

PQSA Education Session - Bladder & Bowel Management post Spinal Cord Injury SORRY, BOOKED OUT

PQSA Education Session - Bladder & Bowel Management post Spinal Cord Injury SORRY, BOOKED OUT

From: 02:00pm Thu 05 Mar 2020
Until: 04:00pm Thu 05 Mar 2020
225 Greenhill Road Dulwich

We are pleased to be launching PQSA Education Sessions! As the peak community body in South Australia, PQSA is presenting a series of specialised subjects, led by our staff.

Discovering the Power in Me

Discovering the Power in Me

From: 09:30am Tue 24 Mar 2020
Until: 04:30pm Tue 24 Mar 2020
255 Greenhill Road Dulwich

Discovering the Power in Me (DPM) utilises the best of applied cognitive psychology to provide people with disabilities, their families and others sharing their journey, with the necessary tools to develop the inner strength and resilience required to reassert control over their lives. Recognising that the process of adjustment is a lifelong journey, this program was developed in collaboration with those with disabilities, as well as with the expertise of professionals in the field.