Our Telehealth service is free and confidential, providing our members with practical information and resources
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Our Telehealth Patient Pathways Nurse is free, confidential information and support service which provides information and links to practical support to CPSN members in Victoria. It can be for individuals with cerebral palsy and other similar disabilities, their family members, friends and support networks. This allows anyone in Victoria to have access to the service for themselves, or for someone they care for. To book an appointment, please become a free member with us today. We will contact you to arrange a time for a consultation with our Telehealth nurse.
Free access for CPSN members
Part of this role is funded by the national patient pathways program that is being coordinated by the Centre for Community-Driven Research.
Meet Amy, our Telehealth Nurse
Amy Seeary is a registered nurse with over 16 years of experience in public health care and the university sector. Amy is also mum to twin boys with cerebral palsy, so she understands the experiences of individuals and families from diagnosis to beyond.
COVID-19 and Telehealth Services
The current COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on how we live, work, learn and interact. While we have been offering a free telehealth service here at CPSN for quite a while now, COVID-19 has seen in a rise in the use of telehealth to access a wide range of medical care and therapies. So, I wanted to explore more about telehealth, what it is, and how you can benefit from it during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tips for improving and maintaining your mental health from our Telehealth Nurse
In these challenging COVID times, it is harder than even before to look after our mental health. So, we Ask Amy our Telehealth Nurse, what her tips are for improving and maintaining good mental health, now and into the future.
Testimonials - Member Services
I could highly recommend talking with Amy Seeary for any first line health needs. She was informative, friendly and had a very caring nature. Thank you to CPSN staff who recommended I speak with her.