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Making a Disclosure
Confiding in teaching staff or academics can be scary business when you need to share personal information that is impacting on your studies. What’s the best way to do this? What to say? How to say it? Is it worth it or will I be treated differently? Join this online session to hear more from other students about their experiences of disclosure at CQUni and input available from the Inclusion & Accessibility Service who provide reasonable adjustments to over 600 CQUni students every year living with illness, injury, mental health or medical conditions and/or disability.

Dec 10, 2019 01:00 PM in Brisbane

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Natalie Vonthien
Accessibility and Engagement Project Leader @CQUniversity
Natalie is passionate about supporting CQUni students who are living with disability, medical or mental health conditions, illness, injury to achieve their academic goals. Starting her career in complaints management and organisational learning in a national disability provider in the UK, Natalie’s eclectic career pathway has included leading good practice networks and coordinating projects in education, youth and the arts sectors. With a clear focus on embedding inclusive practice, Natalie enjoys making change happen to improve access to opportunities and participant experience. Natalie moved to Australia in 2010 and is now settled in Mackay, Central Queensland where she strives to make a difference in regional community through her work with the Inclusion & Accessibility Service at CQUniversity and local partnership with the Mackay Regional Transition Network.