AHRSP service provider visits Papunya

Patches staff visited the small Aboriginal community of Papunya  recently as part of our Allied Health in Remote Schools Project (AHRSP).

Shweta Tanna (psychologist), Phoebe Mcoll (occupational therapist) and Donna Akbarri (speech pathologist and allied health team leader) sent through the below photos from their trip to the Papunya school.

The AHRSP is funded as part of the Australian Government's Plan to Improve Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People with Disability, which was developed to facilitate better access to culturally appropriate mainstream service for Indigenous people living with a disability. 

You can learn more about the project, here.