Helping prosthetic and orthotic regulators and related organisations make informed, confident, prompt and well understood decisions, governance arrangements and standards.
We understand that it’s often not cost-effective to employ high level prosthetic and orthotic knowledge on a permanent basis. Yet when you do need the expertise, a lack of availability can delay decision-making, reform and progress. By providing independent, quality assistance on an as needs basis, we make accessing high level skills more affordable and lower risk.
Support and advocacy groups
Assistive technology suppliers
Service evaluation and revision
Strengthening of regulation
Establishing new services
Procurement of services
Funding request advisory services
Consumer experience evaluation
Jackie’s work on the Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA) inter-professional network was crucial in bringing together a broad range of health professionals, academics and NGO staff to learn more about topics such as patient-centred care, professional development and the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Jackie’s skill and health experience as well as her professionalism and commitment to the project were invaluable in helping us achieve our project goals.”