Telepractice venture supporting the transition to virtual services
Key Assets is a proud member of the NGO Telepractice Venture supporting the transition to hybrid models of service delivery
Children and families benefit from flexible, accessible services that provide them with options and meet their needs. Families needing access to important support services around Australia continue to be supported by the findings and outcomes of the NGO Telepractice Venture (the Venture).
Since the Venture’s launch in 2020, families are being offered greater choice for how services are delivered. This has resulted in greater engagement in services, increased partner‐inclusive involvement, in particular men’s behaviour change programs.
"(These) resources will be immensely valuable in being able to continue to offer services throughout COVID restrictions"
These resources and practice guides includes tips and checklists for practitioners engaging in telepractice supports for parents and families. They are freely and publicly available to any organisation in Australia and internationally through the Parenting Research Centre Telepractice Hub here.
“The collaborative learning and practical resources will be immensely valuable in being able to continue to offer services throughout COVID restrictions and to extend reach to vulnerable families.” - Dr Dianne Jackson, CEO, Key Assets Australia
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