Next Event: The Year that Was – An Overview of BCA’s 2020 Highlights – Thursday 3 December 7.30pm – 9pm AEDT

What is BCA Inform?

BCA Inform is a BCA-hosted monthly round table event that shares the work the organisation has been involved in and the work of other stakeholders that directly relates to people who are blind or vision impaired.

Each BCA Inform event will vary in focus and subject matter, ensuring each event is engaging and relevant.

What will the next BCA Inform event cover?

Join host Kathie Elliot, Strategic Development and Partnerships at BCA as we discuss BCA’s work during 2020 and the organisations plans for the future.

John Simpson, President, Emma Bennison, CEO, Angela Jaeschke, General Manager – Operations, and Sally Aurisch, General Manager – Projects and Engagement will be there to share their perspective. There will also be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

How can I attend BCA Inform?

Anyone with an interest in the work of BCA is invited to attend.

Simply call us on 1800 033 660 or email events@bca.org.au to register, you will then be provided with the log in details. You will be able to join via computer, tablet, smartphone, or land-line.

Access Requirements

If you require captioning or have any other access requirements, please contact us as soon as possible on 1800 033 660.

BCA Inform Recordings

Recordings from BCA Inform events can be found on our Event Recordings page.

Previous Events

BCA Inform: Round Table on NDIA Independent Assessments and the Participant Charter – Summary Report

On Thursday 5 November 2020, BCA hosted an online forum to discuss the NDIA Independent Assessments and the Participant Charter. Rikki Chaplin, Policy and Advocacy Team Leader hosted and facilitated the session which featured a presentation and question time with Dr Sam Bennett, General Manager of the Policy, Advice and Research Division of the National Disability Insurance Agency.

The session proved to be quite popular, with over 50 in attendance and though Dr Bennett kept his remarks brief to keep time for questions, there were more questions than we had time for so some had their queries attended to post-session via email. The discussion was engaged, focussed and useful and Dr Bennett offered clear answers to attendees concerns.

We are waiting for NDIA approval to share the recording of the event here on our website.