Rochelle Weston & Jack Snelling
In this episode with chat with Jack Snelling and Rochelle Weston from Bap Care South Australia and their development of a homeless respite service for those exiting hospital. Rochelle discusses the outcomes achieved so far through their pilot and the effectiveness their model of care is having in allowing clients time to recover and linking them to a range of services. Jack outlines the challenges COVID-19 has raised in validating the model of care but even through the low numbers utilising the facility the outcomes have been significant. Click below to download the March 2020 edition of Parity Magazine. https://securemail.svha.org.au/message/ddslA6DZdtFFfnYSNbtnaS
Click below to download the March 2020 edition of Parity Magazine.
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This podcast series has been developed by St Vincent’s Health Australia.
For more information about St Vincent’s, visit www.svha.org.au
For more information about St Vincent’s Inclusive Health program visit www.svha.org.au/mission/inclusive-health
Host: John Willis
Producer: Dan Fleming
Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod