Professionals with SCI network
The Spinal Cord Injury Network of Professionals (SCIP) network started in August 2016. The group seeks to assist people who have acquired a disability either before, entering or during their careers. SCIP supports people with a spinal injury or similar physical complex disability in all aspects of career development, no matter what their field of employment, their capacity or function, or their current employment status. They may be beginning their career, undergoing rehabilitation, volunteering, unemployed, employed full-time, part-time or casually, self-employed, unable-to-work, on a pension, welfare or retired.
The group is dedicated to building a supportive and collaborative network of individuals (with and without disabilities) and organisations who adhere to their values, mandate and philosophy of supporting individuals with a spinal injury in the employment and workforce environment.
Please feel free to contact us if you'd like to join, attend a meeting or learn more about it.
The Spinal Cord Injury Network of Professionals (SCIP) met in March and April, to workshop and develop a strategy for the next 12 months. They discussed the core purpose of the group, and some tangible actions moving forward.Read More »
The Spinal Cord Injury Network of Professionals (SCIP) had their final meeting for 2017 on November 9. Guest speaker, Gill Hilton presented on her recently completed PhD research: Employment Post-Spinal Cord Injury. Many from the group already knew Gill as a Senior Occupational Therapist with Austin Health’s Victorian Spinal Cord Service (SCIS) and so enjoyed the opportunity to reconnect with her.Read More »
The Spinal Cord Injury Network of Professionals (SCIP) held an educational session on JobAccess (JA) for their August meeting, with attendees relaying their personal experiences with the system.
Educational and guest speakers are becoming increasingly popular at SCIP meetings, and attendance numbers continue to grow as new members come on board.Read More »