Speech Pathologist Amy Litton is hosting an open afternoon at Harry’s Place to provide opportunities for clinicians and interested families to view and test the latest equipment from Link Assistive.

A range of equipment is available through Carpentaria’s Paediatric Equipment Program (CPEP), including communication devices, switches and eye gaze devices, communication and learning software, environmental controls, and mounting equipment. Clinicians can join the member-based program to prescribe equipment for trials and loans. Carpentaria staff will be available to provide more information on CPEP, and how the equipment can be accessed.

Contact Amy Litton amy@linkassistive.com with enquiries or to RSVP.

Tuesday 1 August, 2.00 – 4.00pm.

Harry’s Place, 1 Willeroo St, Tiwi.


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