Annette Demack has worked in Special Education and the Disability sector for more than 30 years. She has a particular passion for and extensive knowledge of working with people with physical impairment, particularly cerebral palsy. For more than 15 years Annette has been involved in programs using the principles of Conductive Education.
Annette has been a classroom teacher and leader, early intervention educator and leader, team member and leader, head of school, member of a mainstream P-12 campus administration team, lecturer and consultant to other programs in the area of Conductive Education. She has had papers accepted on the Queensland experience at national and international Conductive Education conferences and has presented at many training sessions, workshops and local professional development throughout Queensland.
Annette has extensive experience in working with and leading professional teams, including Hungarian trained Conductors, teachers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, dietitians, nurses and teacher aides. In these teams she has gained the respect of many professionals and been able to achieve excellent results for students across all areas of development.
Annette is committed to and has achieved positive results working with parents and carers to promote high standards and expectations for children and young adults to meet their full potential as participating members of their community.