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Are you a family or community worker looking to improve your service delivery via the phone or Zoom video calls?
Would you love a safe space to ask questions and talk to others about the pros and cons of telepractice with children and families?
On Tuesday 8 March at 1pm (postponed from 22 February), we will provide just that. A chance to talk online with others in the social services sector about new methods of practice in the digital age.
During the session, guests will be invited to share on how they deliver their services via video or phone.
The Telepractice Community of Practice is open to all family and community workers in the sector, no matter their experience of telepractice.
This is a unique learning opportunity for those wanting to develop their skills in managing cases via new service delivery methods.
All are welcome to join in the discussion. We look forward to seeing you there.
You can find Fams resources on our Telepractice page, including the Zoom link for the 1pm session on 8 March.