Due to COVID-19 Treatment is all online using Telehealth.
GP' and Pediatricians are welcome to continue to refer children under a Better Access Mental Health Care Plan, under the condition nonorganic enuresis (nocturnal). Not all families will wish to attend under a Mental Health Care Plan. However a written referral is required for all children. This ensures a GP consultation and examination is undertaken to ensure any underlying or co morbid medical condition is identified.
Information letter for Medical Practitioners about making a referral.
Statement for GP's/ Pediatricians:
Children can be referred for nonorganic enuresis (nocturnal) under a Better Access Mental Health Care plan. The "Practitioner Assisted Bell and Pad Alarm Therapy" approach is now delivered via online Telehealth sessions. A socially distant pick up of the enuresis alarm and required materials is arranged and treatment is conducted all online using the COVID-19 telehealth items.
Treatment for your child's bedwetting is now from the safety of your own home. If you have been putting it off this may be a perfect time to help your child get dry.
Due to recent Medicare changes resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Medicare rebates are now also available for online treatment using Telehealth (i.e. video conferencing). We have therefore adapted our program to keep everybody safe.
We will prepare your alarm package containing all required materials and your alarm. A socially distant pick up is arranged from Cheltenham. Everything else is done online.
We use Coviu, a safe platform designed for allied health. We send you a link to call in to our scheduled session - simply click the link and away you go.
You can print an explanatory letter for Medical Practitioners to take with you to your GP/Paediatrician.