Assistance Dogs 101
It’s the referral that makes us all tremble, an application is needed for an assistance dog. We know there are guidelines and templates, but how do we best articulate the information required for a successful application? This two hour interactive session will provide an overview of the NDIS guidelines for assistance animals, steps/process for an assistance dog application including assessment, supporting evidence and AT template, and avoiding the common pitfalls in preparing these applications.
About the Presenter: Tilly Clements has worked with individuals with disabilities and their families, using animals for the last 15 years in various capacities as an Occupational Therapist, Hippotherapist and NCAS Accredited Horse Riding Coach and Educator. Clinically Tilly primarily works with individuals with complex disability presentations but has previously worked in various clinical fields including early intervention school-aged interventions, adults and community-based settings. Tilly is the director of Cornwall House OT Services and has a special interest in Animal-Assisted Therapy and assisting people with navigating the world of Assistance Dogs.
The Certificate of Completion for this webinar, which you can use for CPD hours, will be emailed to you at the end of the month.
On purchasing this on demand session, a link to the recording will be made available along with any webinar resources which will be valid for one month.
Please note that the price to purchase access to this recording is for one person only. If you wish for multiple people to access the recording, please purchase access for each person.