Looking at Therapy Pro’s innovative and flexible model

Therapy Pro OT Sandra stands beside the ePoster banner at the 2019 OT conference in Sydney

Therapy Pro occupational therapist, Sandra Wilksch, was thrilled to be accepted to present an ePoster at the 28th National OT conference held in July at Darling Harbour, Sydney.

The theme for the conference was “Together Towards Tomorrow” – designed to reflect the dynamic nature of contemporary occupational therapy practice.

Therapy Pro’s presentation demonstrated how our occupational therapy services (and Therapy Pro as a whole) were providing therapy in a contemporary and innovative way.

The poster included a case study that reflected the client-centred nature and flexibility of how Therapy Pro therapists work. The video shows Rhonda, who Sandra has been working with for 18 months. Rhonda lives in a rural part of Queensland and currently accesses OT, speech and psychology from Therapy Pro. The case study highlights the challenges of working with people in rural areas, including the provision of assistive technology, as well as being a multi-disciplinary case and complex in nature. Getting access to mobile and flexible therapy services from Therapy Pro through the NDIS has helped Rhonda remain at home.

Sandra also included a therapist reflection on Therapy Pro’s service delivery model from a clinician’s perspective and detailed the how the nature of a flexible working environment helps to  develops stronger therapeutic skills.

The poster, see below, included basic information about the staff and client responses to the recent survey and provided information on the model of service Therapy Pro provides.

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Transcript of Rhonda talking with Therapy Pro OT Sandra

Transcript of Therapy Pro from a therapist perspective video

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