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covid-19 assistance and help

Resources, Materials and Videos specifically related to COVID-19 and how we can help

  • "Rapid Transition to Telepractice" Free webinar from UTS SPROUTS clinic (Response to COVID-19 Pandemic) presented by Dr Lucy Bryant, Prof. Bronwyn Hemsley & Harmony Turnbull. Next Webinar is Thursday 2nd April. To attend, you must complete the registration form HERE
  • Join us online for the Covid-19 Preparedness Summit and Workshop, June 17-19, Washington, DC. The 3-day event will be attended by global health Leaders and experts to virtually meet and share real-world experiences on what has been learned in detection, protection, isolation, testing, treatment, transmission-prevention and findings to further understand the Covid-19.  The Covid-19 Preparedness Summit and Workshop offers live streaming plus on-demand streaming direct to your PC, phone or tablet. Attendees can stream and participate in real-time from the comfort and convenience of your own home or office. We are live streaming all sessions.
  • A new aphasia friendly, 7 minute video to support mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 has just been released. It is suitable for people with aphasia, communication and/or cognitive disabilities. It has been developed by speech pathologists and psychologists within the Aphasia CRE. It covers information about COVID-19; importance of precautions but the need to stay connected with others; and home activity ideas and supports. Click here to access and download the video from the Aphasia CRE clinical resource repository
  • ‘FACE COVID’ is a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Click Here to download this excellent resource from Russ Harris.
  • Australian Psychological Society’s tip sheet for maintaining mental health during social isolation.

  • Resource from Ryan Haley - Leisure Balance on at-home alternative activities. Click Here to download.

  • Self-assessment resource for risk of coronavirus (COVID-19). Click Here to download.

  • Medicare new fact sheet showing increasing flexibility for teletherapy.

  • Informative Infographic on What I Can and Can't Control


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