FREE FOR MEMBERS - Report Writing: Thinking function
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- Expiry Date: 7 August 2020
- Duration: 90 minutes
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The advent of the NDIS has resulted in a greater requirement for participant lead goals and interventions. Providers are now required to report on the functional outcomes in relation to participant goals.
Cathy Olsson will talk about the implications for:
- Writing access reports
- Discussing and determining functional goals
- Report writing including writing for NDIS planning reviews.
By the end of this webinar participants will:
- Understand how NDIS paradigms and principles can be reflected in goal identification and reporting
- Have an understanding of the application of the International Classification of Functioning Disability of health (ICF) and ICF- child and youth (ICF CY)
- Be able to build family capacity in relation to speech pathology interventions and functional outcomes.
Who should attend:
- Registrants must be speech pathologists.
- This workshop is relevant for speech pathologists who are working with or thinking about working with participants who receive support from NDIS.
- While largely targeted to members who are, or are wishing to work in private practice, the information will also be of interest for those working in other sectors, and in government and non-government organisations in the disability sector.
- All speech pathologists who provide or are thinking about providing services under the NDIS, regardless of years of experience.
- This workshop is aimed at all members who are delivering supports under the NDIS.
- No required knowledge or skills
What do I need to read beforehand?
While there are no required pre-readings, it is suggested that workshop participants visit SPA’s information about the NDIS, the NDIS website and look at the information on the Provider page.
CPD Points awarded: 1.5 PSR points
National Advisor, Disability
Speech Pathology Australia