FASD assessment clinic based in Western Australia.
Nature of clinic
FASD assessment clinic, Private practice, FASD assessment and developmental private practice
Specific health professionals at the clinic
Dr Raewyn Mutch - adolescent and youth justice FASD assessments
Dr Amanda Wilkins - FASD and developmental assessment and treatment for children
Carly Pickering - Occupational therapist, offering assessment and ALERT program for self-regulation
Dr Elizabeth Vuletich, Mindlink Psychology - child, adolescent and adult neuropsychology assessment.
Type of services provided at the clinic
Assessment, Initial management, Ongoing management, Clinical care and family education and education and training for professionals
Where referrals are accepted from
General Practitioners, Paediatricians, Other medical specialists, Psychologists, Allied health professionals, Families, Child protection services, Education Departments, Justice Departments
How the clinic bills
Medicare plus additional fee, Fee - advised when person contacts the clinic, service or practice
Ages that the clinic provides services for
0 - 4 years, 5 - 11 years, 12 - 18 years
FASD experience and training
FASD C.A.R.E includes a multi-disciplinary team of health practitioners who have expertise in FASD assessment and diagnosis. The lead paediatricians have both contributed to the development of the Australian Guidelines for FASD Diagnosis and have delivered training for professionals across the sectors of health, justice and the community. The allied health professionals have considerable experience in diagnosis in children and youth and in therapy for people with disabilities. Our FASD Educator (and PhD candidate and researcher) has extensive links with the Noongar community in WA.
THE FASD Care Clinic is closed from 25 November 2019 until 2 February 2020.