|Title:||Telepractice: A legitimate choice for quality disability services|
National Disability Insurance Scheme
|Abstract:||The Wobbly Hub Rural Research Team has heard repeatedly from families living in rural and remote Australia how difficult it is to access allied health therapy services. As a result, many children with disabilities living in these areas do not receive the therapy services they need. Telepractice has the potential to increase access to therapy in rural and remote areas. However, some parents, carers, and allied health therapists are unsure or even skeptical about whether it is possible to deliver a quality therapy service over the internet. In this video, we present what we have learned from our research conducted with our partners at Therapy Connect, including facts that dispel three myths about telepractice.|
|Type of Work:||Video|
|Type of Publication:||Publisher version|
|Appears in Collections:||Project Briefs - Wobbly Hub and Double Spokes (WH&DS) project|
|Telepractice Facts_FINAL.mp4||500.61 MB||MPEG-4|
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