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Team Talk Allied Health Education and Consulting

Team Talk

Team Talk is a unique series of 10 live and interactive Paediatric PD teleconference calls.

Cathy Love (OT), Megan Ingram (SLP) and special expert guests will present and discuss topics central to contemporary multi-disciplinary service delivery to children with special needs. The series is perfect for occupational therapists, speech pathologists, special educators and psychologists.

Join us for a lunch and learn event on the first Tuesday of the month at 12.30pm Melbourne time. There is room at the virtual lunch table for all. Think convenient, niche, bite sized, Q&A professional development without the internet, accommodation and travel hassles.

Positive outcomes include:

  •  Deeper understanding of core concepts relevant to working with children with special needs
  •  Spring boarding into new ideas, resources and practical strategies
  •  Expanded knowledge and application of team work, family centered practice and coaching
  •  Building professional networks nationwide
  •  Re-energise your professional practice

Reference and pre-reading materials will be sent to you via email prior to the teleconference.

Calls are recorded and a link provided for future listening.

In addition to the 10 hours of awesome content and support materials, you will receive one free 30 minute one-on-one power coaching call with Cathy Love or Megan Ingram.

Here’s the 2017 Programme

March 7Supporting students with ASD at school
April 4iPad apps for intervention
May 2Delivering services in a NDIA world
June 6Helping families have fun out in the community
July 4What’s Praxis, what is the best practice?
Aug 1Toxic start to life – drugs, cortisol, alcohol
Sep 5Understanding the attachment theory in children
Oct 3Team approach to C.P
Nov 14Update: Funding and supports for students with specific learning difficulties
Dec 5Magic Mealtimes: Teaming around tricky eaters

 


Your Investment is AUD $495 incl. GST (for all 10 teleseminars)
Early Bird Rate is AUD $445 incl. GST (book by 30th January 2017)


We believe that the programs value lies in actively participating in the full series of 10 clinical conversations. Please note that the verbal content of the presenters and special guests (not participants) will be re-purposed from a date of 8 weeks post the call.

Register Online below. Contact cathy@nacre.com.au if you wish to discuss group rates or an invoice method of payment.


About the Very Chatty Hosts

Cathy Love is an Occupational Therapist and professional trained Coach, she is the founding director of Nacre Consulting. Cathy works with parents and disability service providers to achieve brilliant outcomes for children with special needs. She has worked with government agencies, not for profits and private practice during her nearly three-decade-long career. From her Melbourne base, Cathy provides workshops, clinical supervision and private practice business coaching for allied health practitioners globally. www.nacre.com.au

Megan Ingram is a certified practicing Speech Pathologist with extensive experience working with children, families and schools. She has worked in Education Departments in Victoria and the United Kingdom. Megan established and ran a primary school language learning centre. As co-director of Peninsula Speech Pathology Services Megan works with children and teens, their families and teachers. She is actively involved in many of her local schools, providing a diverse range of services. www.peninsulaspeech.com.au

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Therapy in Schools Cool Education for Allied Health Professionals working in schools

Therapy in School’s Cool

An exciting new format to be confirmed soon

Tools, Tips and Trade Secrets for Contemporary Service Provision in Mainstream Schools.

This full day workshop is presented by Cathy Love Occupational Therapist and Megan Ingram Speech Pathologist. We look forward to working with energetic allied health professionals including OT, speech pathology, physiotherapy, psychology, and other visiting specialists who visit and work in mainstream primary schools. Together we will unpack the mistakes we all make when working in schools and discover brilliant solutions. We will share our experiences and knowledge through discussion, case studies, links to online resources, Q&A and research.

A lovely morning, afternoon tea and lunch are provided along with great networking opportunities.

Participants will

  • Deepen their understanding of the curriculum and how to make their services more educationally relevant
  • Expand their repertoire of effective ways to work collaboratively with other professionals, school staff and families
  • Extend their ability to form positive and productive partnerships with schools
  • Broaden their knowledge of contemporary allied health service delivery models
  • Explore coaching as an emerging intervention
  • Re energise their professional practice for working in schools.

About the Participants

Participants are encouraged to bring a willingness to contribute and to work collaboratively. Please bring an internet or wireless ready laptop or tablet, as participants will be planning and preparing take home documents and resources.  This workshop is ideal for occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, psychologists and others who work in primary school settings.  It is an energetic fast paced practical programme.

About the Speakers

Cathy Love is the founding director of Nacre Consulting. She works as an Occupational Therapist, Coach and Disability Service Consultant with children, families and service providers to get brilliant outcomes for kids. She has worked with government agencies, not for profits and private practice during her nearly three decade long career. From her Melbourne base Cathy provides workshops, clinical supervision and private practice business coaching for allied health practitioners globally.

www.nacre.com.au

Megan Ingram is a certified practicing speech pathologist with extensive experience working with children, families and schools. She has worked in Education Departments in Victoria and the United Kingdom. Megan established and ran a primary school language learning centre. As co-director of Peninsula Speech Pathology Services, Megan works with children and teens, their families and teachers. She is actively involved in many of her local schools, providing a diverse range of services.

www.peninsulaspeech.com.au

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