Further AQ Telepractice Research Findings to be shared in community webinar
21 Oct 2021
Free Community Webinar: Optimising the Use of Telepractice in Service Delivery (Community and Staff Perspectives), Thursday 18 November 2021, 12:00pm-12:30pm .
Covid-19 related disruption has led to a rapid shift towards the use of telepractice in the delivery of services to individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.
As a result, we are learning in real-time about the benefits, challenges, and best ways to use telepractice, while at the same time considering how current innovation might shape the future delivery of services.
In this second of three free webinars, we will share insights into the use of telepractice at Autism Queensland, with a focus on findings from community and staff surveys about their views and experiences relating to telepractice delivery.
This series presents findings from the first phase of an 18-month collaborative project between Autism Queensland and Griffith University to optimise the use of telepractice in service delivery. This project is led by A/Professor David Trembath, in partnership with Dr Jill Ashburner and colleagues at Autism Queensland, with the support of an Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowship.
This webinar is suitable for all audiences. For more information and to register to attend, please click on the ‘Register Here’ button below. You will be redirected to an Eventbrite booking page.