Private practice workshops 2019
Registration is now open for the following private practice workshops in 2019.
VIC/TAS Private Practice Seminar, Melbourne, 1 February 2019. Registration OPEN.
ACT/NSW Private Practice Seminar, Newcastle, 1 March 2019. Registration OPEN.
Private Practice Seminars are planned for SA and WA (dates to be confirmed).
The Private Practice workshops have been designed for clinicians who own and manage their own private practice. Practice managers and support staff are also welcome to attend. Information about the speakers and topics can be found on the relevant registration page.
Contact the Association’s Senior Advisor, Professional Practice with any questions about the workshop.
Project Officer: Allied Health Assistants in Speech Pathology Practice
Speech Pathology Australia is seeking applications from interested members to undertake this part time, short term role. The duration of this project is three months with an estimated time commitment of 18-20 days. Work times during this three month period are negotiable.
The function of this position is to provide resources for members to support them to use Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) effectively within their practice, with a particular focus on the NDIS, as well as to provide information for participants and families about the role, value and constraints when using AHAs and support about how they can work with a speech pathologist to find a suitable AHA.
The project officer will be supported by Speech Pathology Australia staff.
Applications close Friday 30 November, 2018.
For enquiries about this position or to request a position description either email the Association’s Senior Advisor Professional Practice or telephone her on 1300 368 835.
Communications from Speech Pathology Australia
Speech Pathology Australia communicates regularly with members through a variety of means. The Association will, however, never contact a member through submission of a website contact form.
The Association has become aware that there may have been incidences of this happening. Where a member receives contact of this nature, stating it is from Speech Pathology Australia, they should immediately contact the Association as we are endeavouring to take steps to prevent this from occurring. Contact Speech Pathology Australia.