Understand the detail and opportunity of NDIS Support Coordination and what it takes to deliver and market a best practice service.
INTERESTED IN THIS WORKSHOP?
We are able to tailor and present any of our workshops as organisational training, either in person or online.
Every organisation we speak to is interested in Support Coordination. The NDIS price seems reasonable and with an estimated spend of $770 million at full rollout, it’s clear that the opportunity is significant.
This workshop will explore the detail behind the Coordination support types and what it takes to deliver and market a standout service. Drawing on the experience of some of the sector's leading Coordinators, we will outline the explore the emerging best practice in:
- Building capacity in participants to self direct and manage their own supports
- Facilitating NDIS market navigation
- Service agreements, referrals and connections
- Making the most of the flexibility offered by the NDIS
- Reporting to the NDIA and preparing participants for future Plans
- Specialist support coordination
- Exploring and linking participants to informal, mainstream and community supports
- Marketing your Support Coordination service to NDIS participants and families
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