TEDI training program: Telehealth for Early Detection and Intervention for Infants with Developmental Disabilities
Are you a health professional working with infants who require assessment and treatment for developmental disabilities?
The University of Melbourne, Centre of Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, and Cerebral Palsy Alliance in Australia have developed the TEDI training program: Telehealth for Early Detection and Intervention for Infants with Developmental Disabilities.
The TEDI Training program provides online training for clinicians on how telehealth can be used for early detection and intervention for infants with developmental disabilities.
The package takes 4 hours to complete and provides interactive content including videos and handouts for families. To access the program for free and participate in an evaluation as part of a study, please click below