Synopsis of resource
This is an infographic that serves as instructions/guidance for families participating in telehealth appointments for their children. It has been designed to assist families of infants and young in setting up for a telehealth appointment. Also, the handout is for health professionals to distribute to their client’s prior to a telehealth session.
The handout includes tips for setting up prior to the appointment.
Professor Alicia Spittle is a paediatric physiotherapist and researcher at the University of Melbourne and Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Australia. Her research is focused on early detection and early intervention for infants at high-risk of neurodevelopmental disabilities including cerebral palsy. In addition to her research, she works clinically in the neonatal follow-up clinic at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia