Ms Jaime Gardner

Lecturer

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Sturt South (S255)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Jaime Gardner is the Course Coordinator for the post graduate programs in Disability and Community Inclusion, College of Nursing and Health Science. This includes the Master of Disability Policy and Practice, Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies and Graduate Certificate in Positive Behavioural Support. Her professional practice as a Developmental Educator has focussed on working with adults with brain and their families in community rehabilitation. Additionally, Jaime has also worked as a Social Worker, supporting women and children expereincing domestic violence.

Qualifications

Master of Social Work (GE)

Graduate Certificate Health Service Management

Bachelor Health Science (Disability Major)

Key responsibilities

Course Coordinator:

Master of Disability Policy and Practice

Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies

Graduate Certificate in Positive Behaviour Support

Teaching interests

Jaime's teaching interests include: brain injury and neurological conditions, inclusion, diversity, mentoring and advocacy and the experience of disability in our society.

Topic coordinator
DSRS2230 Mentoring and Advocacy for People with Diverse Learning Needs
DSRS4112 Sensory, Physical and Multiple Disabilities
DSRS9061 Management of Sensory, Physical and Multiple Disabilities
DSRS1201 Perspectives in Disability and Rehabilitation
DSRS9057 Introduction to Disability Theory and Professional Practice

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