Registrations are open, so if you or a group of AHAs are looking to purchase tickets within your organisation, now is the time to get organised.
On 16 November 2022, Monash Health will host the sixth annual Allied Health Assistant Day. The event will be held via a virtual platform and deliver high quality professional development opportunities for Allied Health Assistants working in industry, as well as students looking to gain further insight into the industry.
This year’s program will include consumer insights, poster presentations, AHA innovation presentations and keynote speakers with an emphasis on how Allied Health Assistants can create, foster and adapt to change.
Allied Health Assistant Day 2022 will be an entirely online event, accessible from anywhere in Australia provided you have an internet connection and a device from which to view.
Allied Health Assistant Day 2022 will feature four 90-minute post-conference interactive virtual workshops aimed at providing practical strategies for AHAs in their workplace.
Introducing our keynote speaker for this year’s event: Samantha Bloom.
Samantha is a two-time World Para Surfing champion, bestselling author, and inspiration behind the #1 Australian box-office, and international global Netflix hit movie, Penguin Bloom starring Naomi Watts as Sam.
The movie is adapted from the international bestselling book, Penguin Bloom: The Odd Little Bird Who Saved a Family. Published in 13 languages, Penguin Bloom is a collaboration between Sam’s husband Cameron, a professional photographer, and New York Times bestselling author Bradley Trevor Greive.
Paralysed in an accident in Thailand in 2013, Sam has since won two Oceania KL1 paracanoe championships, and is the Australian and two times World Para Surfing champion. Sam works with numerous spinal cord injury charities around the world and is a global ambassador for Wings For Life. She is an adventure traveller, former neurology nurse and mother of three boys.
Sam will lead us through her journey of extraordinary highs and painful lows of life before, during and after a near-fatal accident in 2013. Sam shares how family, love and a unique connection with the natural world supported her journey back from deep physical suffering and depression to become a bestselling author, 2 x World Para Surfing champion and inspiration behind the international hit movie Penguin Bloom.
Sam’s true story holds powerful messages and new perspectives for us all as we navigate our own personal and professional challenges, inspiring us to be the best version of ourselves, and to live and be grateful for each day as we never know what tomorrow holds.
If you or your colleagues have any questions relating to AHA Day, please view the event page here.