Five skills needed as a paediatric AHA working in the NDIS space
This webinar will outline five key skills that AHAs in the paediatric private practice space need to have and may struggle with at times. The
This webinar will outline five key skills that AHAs in the paediatric private practice space need to have and may struggle with at times. The paediatric NDIS space is very different from working in public hospitals or community health settings, and this webinar will introduce some of the challenges and benefits of working in this area.
This free webinar will include the above presentation and then plenty of time for Q&A and discussion.
Host: Joan Leo, The Allied Health Academy
Presenter: Deb Hopper, Founder, The Paediatric Allied Health Assistant Academy.
A practising Occupational Therapist, Deb Hopper has over 25 years’ experience working with children and adults who struggle with autism, anxiety, emotional regulation, and sensory processing difficulties in both community health and private practice.
Deb is the founder of The Paediatric Allied Health Assistant Academy, an online learning tool for Paediatric AHAs to develop the skills they need to thrive in the NDIS space. She loves to see AHAs grow in skills and confidence as they support our families. Deb has successfully integrated AHAs into her private practice and it lifts her spirit to see many more children and families supported because of the skills of AHAs in her team.
(Wednesday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm