The Stroke Foundation - InformMe have a suite of six short, interactive learning modules that is targeted to nurses in rural and regional areas.

You maybe interested in the Neurological Needs Checklist which aims to help people with long term neurological conditions (and the people supporting them).

On Thursday 22nd October we hosted a Virtual Stroke Care Symposium in partnership with WACHS and Rural Health West.  Please click here to access the presentations.

The OAMH training focuses on the ā€˜3 Dā€™sā€™ of OAMH ā€“ Depression, Delirium, and Dementia, and explores a number of approaches to supporting recovery in these areas.

The NDIS-Health Community of Practice was held on Tuesday 13th October at Joondalup Health Campus and via VC.

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Michelle Sultan has come to join the TRACS WA team on a 6 month secondment from the FSHFH Aboriginal Health Strategy team.

TRACS WA, in collaboration with the Innovation and Development team at WA County Health Services (WACHS), are facilitating the formation of a WA Stroke Care Community of Practice (CoP).