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Curtin University Organisational Excellence in Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Supervision

The Curtin University School of Occupational Therapy, Social Work and Speech Pathology held its annual Prize Giving Ceremony to recognise, reward and celebrate the outstanding achievements of their highest performing students during the preceding year.

During the event Directions Disability Support Services was recognised from several other nominees for Organisational Excellence in Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Supervision.

Sally Hunter, Curtin University Fieldwork Director for the School of OT presented the award to Elizabeth Barnes, CEO Directions and EJ Leong, Therapy Team Leader Occupational Therapist for Directions.

Directions is thrilled with the award and will continue its partnership with Curtin University in  providing fieldwork experience.

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Lauren Johnson OT Directions; Elizabeth Barnes CEO Directions ; EJ Leong Therapy Team Leader OT Directions; Sally Hunter Curtin University Fieldwork Director for the School of OT.

Individualised Services

Directions provides relationship-based, personalised and individually tailored supports right across the Perth Metropolitan area.

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Therapy Services

Directions is a registered general and specialist therapy provider delivering: Speech Pathology;  Physiotherapy; Social Work; Psychology and Occupational Therapy.

 

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Host Family

Host families invite a person with a disability  to be part of their family and daily lives. This can be a great catalyst for social and community inclusion and long lasting relationships.

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Groups

Directions assists people with a disability who like to spend time together to form their own groups with similar interests and enthusiasm.

Directions also runs the fabulous Teenspirit.

 

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