Intellectual Disability Advisory Group (IDAG) Study Day

Venue St Vincent’s Centre, Daughters of Charity, Navan Road, Ashtown, Dublin 7
Event Date 5 Dec 2019 09:00

Booking is now open for the AOTI IDAG Study Day 2019. Places must be booked in advance by completing the attached application form and returning it by e-mail to:

More information: here

Booking form: here


Study Day Outline:

  • 09.00   

  • 09.30   
    Thematic inspections in Restrictive Practice - Michael Keating, Regional Manager, HIQA

  • 10.30   
    OT practice in ID services and the CORU Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics
    Cleonagh Culhane, OT Manager, Daughters of Charity, Limerick   

  • 11.00   
    Workshop: Review and discuss ‘AOTI Best Practice Guidelines for Occupational Therapists:
    Restrictive Practices and people with Intellectual Disabilities October 2010'

  • 13.30   
    Occupational Therapy and supporting engagement in daily life activities for people ageing with an    Intellectual Disability
    Eilish King, Occupational Therapist, DCU Ability Programme

  • 14.30   
    Falls Prevention Awareness
    Melissa Bock, Senior OT, Brothers of Charity Services Ireland-West Region

  • 15.00   
    Our Journey - Promoting Falls Awareness and Bone Health in a Population with ID
    Cleonagh Culhane


See full schedule and booking information in the attached form.


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