This is a critical time for the NDIS and for every person it impacts. The NDIS is doubling the national investment in disability support and as it expands to additional sites, the industry needs to establish how it’s working in its current sites, with a keen focus on all the key players in the system; consumers, carers, service providers, government bodies and key associations. The 8th Annual National Disability Summit will review the progress and initiatives in supporting people with disabilities and their families to maximise independence and social and economic participation by creating greater choice.
- Evaluating the impact of the NDIS
- Complaint pathways for the NDIS
- NDIS – Be ready for uncertainty
- Organisational transition for NDIS
- Paediatric health services getting NDIS ready
- Participant experiences of autonomy, choice & control in the NDIS
- Supporting people with intellectual disability to participate on decision making
- Social inclusion through the NDIS & an innovative volunteering project
- Parents as advocates for children with disabilities – What does this mean under the NDIS?
- Panel discussion – Navigating the disability & mental health systems
- Quality – Who decides & from whose perspective?
- NZ Perspective – A New Approach to Disability Supports (ACC)
- NDIS needs a model of disability practice & positive behaviour support can provide it
- Working with key stakeholders to establish FASD as a recognised disability & claimable with the NDIS
- Issues surrounding women with disability & violence
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