Running group programs is a popular topic that seems to be bending the minds of many allied health business owners, particularly those working with children and families. It’s often something private practices want to offer to their clients, but can’t make work from a profitability point of view.
While running groups are a lot of work, they’re also a lot of fun. In this podcast, I share my tips on how to make group programs work for you, your team, your business, and your clients.
In this episode:
NDIS fee schedule for group programs
Crunching the numbers - looking at the costs of staff, preparation and resources
Looking at the profitability of your group program
Planning a new group program - start with a blank canvas
Knowing your clients and planning around them
Handouts - branding, language, form
The use of interactive handouts/video
Creating solid communication with parents, carers and educators - Facebook groups, phone, email, Zoom, Skype
Social media apps for group participants - Seesaw.
Sameview app founded by Danny Hui
Providing a whole experience
While running allied health group programs are a lot of work, they’re also a lot of fun. #AlliedHealth #Therapy
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