Advanced Support Coordination
Go beyond the basics to understand and develop the resources needed to deliver best practice Support Coordination.
INTERESTED IN THIS WORKSHOP?
We are able to tailor and present any of our workshops as organisational training, either in person or online.
Our Advanced Practice workshop was born when we saw the phenomenal ideas that experienced Support Coordinators came up with when they each shared what they had learned. This workshop is highly interactive, with the goal of each attendee contributing to a Support Coordinator toolkit they can take back with them, packed full of ideas for how to use participants NDIS plans creatively. This workshop also covers what we are hearing are the key concerns of experienced Support Coordinators, including:
- Interpreting NDIS Plans
- Tools to break down the Price Guide and uncover flexibility where it seems there is none
- Goal setting for the best NDIS planning outcomes
- Understanding and implementing the NDIS Outcomes Framework
- Troubleshooting (or as we like to call it, a "Forget the 1800 Number" section): We will be accepting your most prickly questions ahead of time and linking you to the answers you've been looking for.
FEEDBACK FOR DSC's NDIS forums
Don't just take our word for it. Over 2,500 people have now attended a DSC NDIS workshop. Here's what previous NDIS Housing participants had to say about our workshops:
Bronwyn explores the Quality & Safeguarding Rules that will impact Support Coordination providers and practitioners.
We urge the NDIA to rethink their bizarre decision to remove Peer Workers from the list of professions able to deliver Support Coordination.
Here are 10 of the most important questions and answers from our recent Investigating Housing with Support Coordination webinar.
The NDIA have made a very important change in the functionality of the Participant Portal, writes Sally Coddington.
Sally Coddington explores what could the transfer of Support Coordination to LAC/ECEI partners mean for Participants and the Scheme.
Leighton Jay explores some of the tensions arising from the NDIA’s approach to “conflicts of interest”.