Deafblindness is a low incidence disability and many allied health professionals will require support to develop their knowledge and skills in working with people with this complex disability.
Centre of Excellence – Deafblind staff are available to provide 1:1 and group supervision on a fee for service basis. Our staff will work with you to develop professional learning goals and support you to achieve these. Clinical supervision can address:
Finding evidence to support clinical practice
Clinical problem solving
Broadening professional networks
Building knowledge, skills and confidence.
Developing a plan to address learning needs
Linking with other professional development opportunities
Supervision for Video Interaction Guidance trainees is also available.