|Individual therapeutic interventions
||Ten sessions per financial year.
1. Psychological assessment
Standard testing covers:
A standard assessment is essential for diagnosis of psychiatric conditions and effective treatment planning.
2. Neuropsychological assessment
ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism-Spectrum, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, alcohol or drug related damage, brain injury or concussion, or other neurological conditions.
Neuropsychology is the unique integration of genetic, developmental, and environmental history with extensive testing data to better understand the aetiology and evolution of a disorder.
While Standard Psych testing can diagnosis a condition like ADHD based upon behaviour, Neuropsychological testing can specify the origin, severity, and development of a disorder and then customize recommendations to create a specific treatment plan.
To understand cognitive strengths and weaknesses better, a neuropsych test further evaluates:
|One application per financial year in consultation with FRMP team.|
Funds or vouchers are available to assist with the living costs of a young person’s short term respite with a carer (e.g. extended family members and or family friends), while family reunification is explored.
Please note, vouchers to go to carers only.
What FRMP will NOT fund:
|Two applications per financial year ($400 per application).
|Group work||Funding to assist an agency to establish a Group Work program that supports young people to achieve case plan outcomes such as; exploring options for reconciliation, reconnection with significant others, culture & community.
||In consultation with FRMP team. One application per financial year.|
FRMP can provide discretionary funding to assist a young person with childcare, transport and or interpreting services.
Please contact the FRMP Team by email or call 03 9977 0046.