TRACS WA aim to continually respond to our subacute care (SAC) community including increasing the range of training modules that we offer to health service professionals.

The new Workplace Learning Fund (WLF) was launched in February 2018. The initial funding round closed on 23rd March.

The WA Health Disability Health Network (DHN), in collaboration with TRACS WA, are developing a Community of Practice for clinicians with an interest in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Not only does this Summit provide you with a fantastic opportunity to hear from world leading presenters all in the one place, the Summit itself is a world first for global collaboration in Parkinson’s.

This forum included presentations by Beck Hefferon, SCGH Physiotherapist and Laura Roberts, OPS Prosthetist for medical, allied health, nursing and any health professionals working with people with Amputees in WA.

The CoP on the management of people with long term tracheostomy was facilitated in two parts.

A new suite of nested post graduate courses in neurological rehabilitation have just been announced by the School of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University.