Website is up and OT Conference

What a week it has been! I just put a meal in the slow cooker on with the help of the OT students. I did some of the work by myself,  but needed some help I continue to work to towards doing things independently. Never give up.

I haven’t been able to go to bed until at least midnight all week. I wanted to get my website up and running by Friday for my presentation at Victoria-Tasamania Occupational Therapy Conference on Saturday. As you know I managed to get it done.

 

I couldn’t do it without Nathan Oxley who did most of the website and took the photos. He did a fantastic job. He is a photographer so if you want some professional photos taken. Look at his website NOxley Portraits http://noxleyportraits.com/

 

The launch of the website went smoothly on Friday night. Friday 5pm it was the first time I was able to relax all week. My presentation for OT conference was ready as well. Even though I was all set I couldn’t sleep.

 

Saturday morning I woke up at 7am but I didn’t get up until 10 am. I didn’t want to get my suit dirty. This was so boring to do because I hate to lay in bed & waste the day. At 12 30 we were off to Olympic park. When I arrived there I met up with Natasha, Lynne and Libby. Libby and I had a practice run of our presentation just to make sure we were all organised.  I had a bit of look at the expo, got few ideas.

 

It was showtime.

Natasha and Lynne went first, it was great to hear Lynne’s story of NDIS where she is a participant. It reminded me all the things I have to think about when I join on April 1 2018. Then Libby and I did our presentation on the housing model under NDIS. It was fantastic, I love co-presenting with Libby. When she asked to me to do it with her, I was nervous. I didn’t want to mess up for her.

Don’t forget to follow on my social media to see what I am up to.

On home page at bottom you can sign up to get emails when update my website

Remember only you can change you!!

Jono