Team Talk Teleconference 2019
We have designed a convenient teleconference that only requires you to take 1 hour per month. You can participate from the comfort of your phone and you get access to over 30 hours of specific professional development. It is perfect for clinicians working with children, families and teachers.
Convenient, bite-sized, contemporary, value-packed, interactive!
Here is a sneak peek of the 2019 topics:
5th March – Down Syndrome: Check up on Best Practice and Supports
2nd April –NDIS Plan Review: Report Writing Smarts
7th May – Rethinking Our Services for Teenagers: What They Really Want
4th June – Discovering the Impact of Gut Health in Children
2nd July – Enhancing Your Services with a Coach Approach
6th August – What parents want clinicians to know
3rd September – Specialised Support for Complex Families
1st October – The Missing Link: Transitioning to Secondary
12th November – Understanding the Premmie Babies and their Childhood Development
3rd December – Executive Function
Your Investment is $595 incl. GST (for all 10 teleseminars)
We believe that the value of the programme lies in actively participating in the full series of 10 clinical conversations. Please note that the verbal content of the presenters and special guests (not participants) will be repurposed from date of 8 weeks post the call.
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About the Very Chatty Hosts
Cathy Love is an Occupational Therapist and professional trained Coach, she is the founding director of Nacre Consulting. Cathy works with parents and disability service providers to achieve brilliant outcomes for children with special needs. She has worked with government agencies, not for profits and private practice during her nearly three-decade-long career. From her Melbourne base Cathy provides workshops, clinical supervision and private practice business coaching for allied health practitioners globally. www.nacre.com.au
Megan Ingram is a certified practicing Speech Pathologist with extensive experience working with children, families, and schools. She has worked in Education Departments in Victoria and the United Kingdom. Megan established and ran a primary school language learning center. As co-director of Peninsula Speech Pathology Services Megan works with children and teens, their families and teachers. She is actively involved in many of her local schools, providing a diverse range of services. www.peninsulaspeech.com.au