‘Tune in with TRACS WA’ was designed to meet the needs of subacute clinicians in a time when we could not deliver face to face training.

TRACS WA has been providing a series of 30 minute online learning sessions in order to support you to continue delivering high quality subacute care. Here you will find links to resources from these Tune in with TRACS training sessions:

We have recently added several new resources on spinal cord injury to the TRACS WA website including links to information relating to:

This mini-symposium, held on Friday 27th March 2020, was a collaboration between TRACS WA and: Karen Gifford (TeleStroke Program Lead) and Ruth Warr (Project Manager, TeleRehabilitation), Innovation & Development Unit, WA Country Health Service, with support from Assoc Prof Erin Godecke, Edith Cowan University.

The Practitioner Online Referral Treatment Service (PORTS) has a very helpful resource providing practical psychological skills to help you and your loved ones cope with anxiety and worry during this time.
TRACS WA held a focus-group consultation with a range of clinical leaders, floating a new concept of co-designed Communities of Practice (CoPs).

TRACS WA has had the privilege of working with the inspirational Rebecca Carbone, a survivor of a brain tumour and stroke.