Doing Placements Better
If we are to make Allied Health student placements better meet the needs of all parties involved, we need to re-think how we approach those placements.
Future Allies has identified the need to establish mutually-beneficial partnerships between NDIS participants, providers, students and educators as key to making placements better and more sustainable.
Partnering to improve placements
Explores the role providers can play in ensuring that student placements continue to be improved in ways that benefit them.
Learn more: Scroll through the pages in the resource below and make selections on the page where directed.
- Download summary PDF: Reflective partnering overview and checklists
- Download summary PDF: Reflective partnering – provider checklist
Examines new and innovative ways to set-up and deliver placements to address some of the key issues in current models.
- Learn more: Future supervision models
- Download summary PDF: Future supervision models for NDIS student placements
Provides insights on how we can establish effective communication between all parties in making student placements work.