The Statewide Consultancy Program (SCP) provides consultation and training to allied health professionals and other staff in organisations that support people with disability throughout Western Australia. This includes support to regional andf remote areas. The SCP focuses on strengthening local services and building the capacity of local staff so that people with disability can access supports close to home.
What we do
The team has a focus on developing the knowledge, understanding, confidence and skills required to work with, and support, people with disability. We work in partnership with local service providers and carers to identify the issues to then deliver an individualised service to meet specific needs.
Who we are
The SCP team consists of experienced occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists and family systems therapist who draw on a broad knowledge base of contemporary evidence-based practice.
Who we support
SCP provides support to people working with or caring for people with disability of all ages – from children 0-6yrs, school age children, adults to older people with any type of disability.
How we provide our service
SCP provides consultation in the way that best meets the needs of the organisation, staff and people with disability. We can provide advice, skill development and information tailored to meet the specific need of the individuals or group via the following mediums:
- phone discussions and emails
- video conferencing with individuals and groups
- written resources
- onsite visits for client consultations or workshops.
Team Leader: Phone 6167 8203, Mobile 0403 331 575