Compassion fatigue is a condition characterised by emotional and physical exhaustion leading to a diminished ability to empathise or feel compassion for others, often described as the negative cost of caring.
With over 15 years experience working in Montessori education and with young
people, she is passionate about the importance of taking the time to form secure,
positive therapeutic relationships with individuals in order for them to feel heard and
Emma ensures that she takes the time and effort to understand situations to their full extent.
She is committed to providing the best possible practice to ensure that the quality of life for my participants is improved. She is honest and practical in my approach.
The theme this year for Speech Pathology Week from 23-29 August is “Communicating with Confidence!”
Communication, simply defined is the transfer of information from one place to another. It serves as a mean for connecting people and places. Communication is a basic human right.
As Support Coordinators, I reckon between the team, we have been involved in over one thousand NDIS plan reviews.
The review process is so lengthly and time consuming. It makes me wonder, is this being done intentionally so we just give up to save our sanity?
Let me explain why I am so frustrated…