The NDIS has a great resource to help you find partner organisations in your local government area.
The NDIS is moving towards a post-pandemic phase from 1 July. This means that some temporary measures put in place during COVID-19 will end.
SKILL is a series of FREE workshops that cover the important stuff. Like getting the most out of your NDIS, self-managing your funds and setting goals. We want to know if you are interested in attending face to face SKILL workshops in your local area.
The NDIS has made some changes to how you can use your plan budgets. From 9 May, NDIS participants who plan or agency manage their Core Support budget can now use funding flexibly across all four funding categories.
Plan reviews are a normal part of the NDIS. Your plan review will help you to measure your progress against your personal goals, explore new goals and identify any changes in your life. This may be something your peer network wants to talk about.
Key WHO (World Health Organisation) materials, tools and a country implementation portal have been developed as part of the WHO QualityRights programme.
Voices Together is an online resource for self advocacy groups, the government and community to connect, work together and share information and knowledge.
The NDIA has released the ‘Strengthening ILC: A national strategy towards 2022 (the strategy)’, which outlines four programs that will be progressively implemented from July 2019.
The NDIA has released three new participant booklets available on the NDIS website.
This is is final report for Team Up's evaluation of the Peers Creating Change project.