Please join this webinar by Australian Therapy Services Asia: “Rethinking Support Service Design in Schools” on Wednesday, 30th March 2022, 2PM Jakarta.
Based on Australian estimates 20-25% of children starting school need additional Allied Health support. These additional support needs impact their ability to reach their full potential in the classroom. For students and families in international markets access to Allied Health services have previously been restricted by what is available in their immediate location. For many students this has meant long wait-lists, long commutes or students going without. For teachers, this has meant limited access to the resources, support and training to help their student’s reach their learning goals. With improvements in technology, online services mean access to support is not limited by locality.
In this talk, we want to explore how schools can rethink the provision of allied health and support services in the context of virtual services. We will review models of care for support services in schools and consider how these models can be accessed using virtual services. We will provide a framework for schools to analyse their needs and consider their priorities.
Seats are limited and complimentary for ANPS Members, register today here: https://forms.gle/ZEqsE1NBw5EQHph3A
Lorelle is a Speech Pathologist with 19 years experience working in paediatric speech pathology. She has worked in community health, disability and private practice. Lorelle has experience in early intervention and school age therapy. Lorelle is focused on providing care as part of an integrated model of care, working with parents and teachers to best support the child. Lorelle has completed additional training and is able to deliver Hanen attended additional training in Hanen programs including- It Takes two to Talk, Hanen- Target Word, Learning Language and Loving It and Teacher Talk.
Lorelle’s motivation and enthusiasm for Speech Pathology continues to be providing therapy and support for children in need. Lorelle has spent her career working in Sydney where up to 40% of families speak a language other than English at home and has a wealth of experience working with families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.