Do you write Assisstive Technology (AT) reports in the NDIS space?
Would you like to learn from like minded and experienced clinicians?
Join us for a conversation with Leanna Fox, Sumei Wrigley and Hannah Coghill, moderated by Dr Kim Bulkeley. This will be an informative conversation where our experienced guests will share tips and tricks for writing AT reports. They will be able to provide valuable insights into ensuring you have all the information you need to write the report, confidence to complete the report efficiently and to help you set yourself up for success when writing the report.
Leanna Fox is an experienced Speech Pathologist working at the centre for AAC and autism. Leanna has over twenty years experience working with people who have complex communication needs. She is passionate about educating and supporting people to become confident and competent with AAC across all environments and activities.
Sumei Wrigley is an experienced Occupational Therapist, juggling her time between private client work and her role as an academic at the University of Sydney. With extensive experience across various settings and age groups, she is passionate about the benefits Occupational Therapy provides and is dedicated to advocating for all clients.
Hannah Coghill is an experienced physiotherapist who runs a mobile practice for children, Ready Steady Therapy. Hannah has experience working across a number of settings and has specialised skills working with children with complex disabilities. Hannah is passionate about supporting children and families to achieve their goals and has a strong interest in using assistive technology to support this.
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