Neurodevelopmental Care SIG

E: ndcsig@acnn.org.au
Phone: 0456 645 261

The focus of the Neurodevelopmental Care SIG is to support the provision of family centred and developmentally supportive practices across neonatal settings in Australia. The goal is to promote consistency in the provision of neuroprotective developmental care strategies, and support best neurodevelopmental outcomes for vulnerable premature and sick infants. The NDC SIG aims to raise awareness in the neonatal setting of neuroprotective developmental care as a conscious individualised practice that is considered the best standard of care.

SIGs host education events throughout the year. These are posted on the events tab.

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Committee for 2021

  • Chair: Annie Chang
  • Secretary: Ursula Haack
  • Treasurer liaison:  Renee Muirhead
  • Ordinary Members: Amanda Merchant, Anna Seppelt, Cindi Escardo, Ebony Blewer, Kimbra Thomas, Nadine Griffiths, Rebecca Rogers, Shaunah Lyons, Sophia Dong.

Neurodevelopmental care scholarship

ACNN supports a scholarship for professional development around neurodevelopmental care. The scholarship can be used to undertake a course/attend a conference/study in which the focus is neurodevelopmental care. For full details regarding the scholarship please review here

Resources

To view resources available to members, go to the members area of the website (login required). 

National Newsletter

The national newsletter is produced 4 times a year in March, June, September and December and emailed to all members. Highlights of activities, members’ achievements and planned events are included in this publication. Members are encouraged to contribute to the newsletter either directly to newsletter@acnn.org.au or via the SIG.

To join a SIG, please email the executive support officer at eso@acnn.org.au, contact the SIG directly or indicate on your membership renewal or joining application.

Access member only information in the members area.  


Updated 2 Feb 2021