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Proposed Strategic Trimeframe for the FCATA

Hi all,

I have posted below a proposed time-frame for the program to be implemented. Of course this is all subject to so many imponderables at this stage – this is purely a guideline to give those who have shown interest – some idea of how the program is seen as progressing.

This information can be seen as an Excel spreadsheet by clicking this link:

FCATA – Strategic Timeframe

Strategic Plan (Projected Time-frames): Fraser Coast Aqua Therapy Program:

Jan – 31st Mar 2011
Call for notifications of Interest in Proposed Program
Establishment of Steering Committee
Structure Business Plan
Investigate Transport options and Availability

Apr – 30th June 2011
Collate Data information and decipher interest levels and needs
Call a General Meeting to formally establish Association
Elect Office Bearers
Register Association and Incorporate
Establish Insurance requirements
Develop Rules for Association and eligibility requirements
Establishment of Tier 1 Pilot Program
Apply for initial Pilot Project Funding
Discuss other Funding options
Select participants for Pilot Program
Training for Volunteers
Professional Staff Interviews
Approach Council for Pool Access – Hervey Bay or Maryborough or Both if 5 day a week program is viable
Initiate Transport requirements and arrangements
Appoint profession staff requirements
Structure Volunteer Applicants

Jul – 30 Sep 2011
Commence Pilot Tier 1 Program
Iron out admin issues – develop and streamline procedures
Develop exercise program for participants and document procedures
Sept – Look to increase number of Tier 1 participants with additional funding

Oct – 31st Dec 2011
Look to establish Tier 2 program commencing Jan 2012
Apply for funding requirements
Call for formal applications for Tier 2 participation
Negotiate with Council for pool requirements going forward – talk about Tier 3 requirements as well
interview for additional staff requirements – including full/part time Co-Ordinator

Jan -30th Jun 2012
Look to establish Tier 2 Program

Jly – 31st Dec 2012
Look to establish Tier 3 Program

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  1. February 11, 2011 at 8:02 am

    Not sure if you rec’d prev. email. Quite concerned at term “total pool access”. Does this mean others can’t use pools at same time who do their own hydrotherapy? Please reply.

    • February 11, 2011 at 8:19 am

      Maree – I am not sure where the term ‘total pool access’ appears … but if I can respond by saying that at the moment there is no agreement with Council about pool access for the program. I do not see either pool being closed to allow the aqua-therapy program access – I would envisage it being a negotiated access whereby the heated pool (outdoor) and (indoor in special needs cases) would be made available for the program – public use would not be restrictive other that a lane rope area to identify what part of the pool area is being used by the aqua-therapy program … I hope this answers your question. Ian.

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