SleepLinks was established by Sue McCabe, occupational therapist, to link current sleep and circadian science with practical, everyday strategies to suit the unique needs of people with disabilities and chronic health conditions.
SleepLinks sleep assessment and intervention would usually happen in your own home (your routines and your environment are important parts of the picture). With social isolation guidelines in place, our sessions will be done via telehealth. We will use photography and video recordings to gather information about your sleep and your sleep setting. We will meet up via Skype, Whats App or other media which best suits you.
SleepLinks training and education can also be provided – to small or large groups, for short or long or a series of sessions. With social isolation guidelines in place, training and education will be provided via webinar or other media which best suits you.
Referral to this service may be done as self-referral, or by a family member or other care provider. It can also be done through teachers, therapists, psychologists, general practitioners or other health providers.
Funding support may be available for people who are eligible through:
- Insurance Commission of WA
- Medicare’s Chronic Disease Management Plan
- NDIS self-managed funds
- NDIS plan-managed funds
- Private fee paying
- Private Health Insurance funds
- Trust funds