We are excited to welcome Bruce Uditsky to Canberra for our August Conference!
Bruce Uditsky, M.Ed., CEO, Inclusion Alberta and Adjunct Professor, Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Community Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary.
Bruce is internationally recognised for his leadership and advocacy in social justice and inclusion for individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families. He serves in an advisory capacity to government and was instrumental in the development of significant legislation, including Alberta’s education standards on the placement of students with disabilities in the regular classroom, and individualized funding.
He played a leadership role in the development of Rotary Employment Partnerships and inclusive post-secondary education, acknowledged global innovations.
He has consulted in many countries and is the author and co-author of books, chapters and articles on community inclusion, Bruce has received the Alberta Centennial Medal, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, and a Paul Harris Fellowship. He the parent of two adult sons, one of whom has intellectual disabilities.
- Creating Welcoming and Inclusive Schools: A Pathway To Belonging (Keynote)
- Stories of Successful Inclusive Education For All: From Parents To Teachers/Principals, From Pre-School To High School (Concurrent)
- Inclusive Higher Education (Concurrent)
- Multiple Pathways To Inclusive Employment (Keynote)
- How Individualised Funding Has Worked In Canada And How It Can Work In Australia (Keynote)