|Title:||Telepractice for children with complex disability: Quality service delivery|
National Disability Insurance Scheme
|Abstract:||Telepractice is the delivery of therapy services at a distance by linking clinicians to clients, carers, or others, via technology such as web-based videoconferencing. Funded by auDA Foundation in 2016-17, and in partnership with TherapyConnect, a private allied health practice, we collected information about the telepractice services received by four children with disability and their families living in rural or remote Australia. We found that quality allied health services can be provided via telepractice to children with complex disability and their families. We also identified essential components of successful telepractice models.|
|Type of Publication:||Publisher version|
|Appears in Collections:||Project Briefs - Wobbly Hub and Double Spokes (WH&DS) project|
|Telepractice for disability brief.pdf||139.04 kB||Adobe PDF|
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