Events

 

Events for frontline workers

Across the country, the NDIS and our partners hold regular events including community information sessions to educate the general public, potential participants, their families and carers, and providers about the NDIS.

These sessions are designed to support frontline managers and staff develop and increase their understanding of NDIS and how to work with participants in this new environment.

Download the flyers for further information or to contact the event organisers.

See also a list of events for people with disability and their families and carers. For events outside the central and eastern Sydney region, visit NDIS NSW events page.

Schedule

Date and TimeEventLocationDetails
Available now Podcast series: Responsible Psychotropic Prescribing to People with an Intellectual Disability - This free new podcast series has been developed by the Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry (3DN) at UNSW Sydney to educate health professionals on safe and effective prescribing for the treatment of mental health disorders in people with intellectual disability (ID). Online Access Podcasts
Available now Intellectual Disability Mental Health e-Learning- 3DN provides free eLearning about intellectual disability to professionals, carers and consumers. These courses aim to improve your knowledge, skills and confidence to create better mental health and wellbeing for people with an intellectual disability. Online Details
Available until June 2018

Supported Decision Making Training Workshops- The NSW Public Guardian is offering free, full day, tailored workshops for disability service staff to promote the decision making rights of people with disabilities. Delivered in the context of the NDIS, these workshops focus on supported decision making and capacity building.

Workshops can be organised in-house or for multiple providers in a central location. 

Register your interest by emailing informationsupport@opg.nsw.gov.au and we will contact you with more information.

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