Clinical Care Role Connecting Families

Clinical Care Role Connecting Families

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Alysha is the Clinical Care Coordinator at Tweddle. She has completed her Bachelor of Nursing, and Masters of Mental Health Nursing.

Alysha has worked across a range of mental health settings including Adult Acute, Community Case Management, Eating Disorders and Parent-Infant Units prior to commencing at Tweddle in 2019.

She has a passion for perinatal mental health and supporting vulnerable families with young children to provide a holistic approach to care. Her warm and non-judgemental approach to supporting her clients to understand their parenting experiences is greatly appreciated by Tweddle babies, toddlers, families, and staff.

Why is there a Clinical Care Coordinator at Tweddle?

The Tweddle Clinical Care Coordination (CCC) role aims to strengthen wrap-around supports and early interventions for families experiencing vulnerability and adversity.

Alysha said the role was important in helping to connect specialist services and health professionals already established within the family’s care.

“The role advocates for the family.” she said. “It allows us to encourage self-determination within the family’s care outcomes. An objective of the role is for more substantial post-discharge follow-up options and to progress recommendations and referrals to improve the outcomes of families.”

For more information about a career at Tweddle, you can connect through Tweddle’s LinkedIn page or visit Tweddle’s Employment page.

 


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