Save the date: Feedback and education session

9 April 2019

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) invites general practitioners and allied health professionals to attend a feedback and education session on the NDIS Access Request Form (ARF). The NDIA will consult with health professionals and participants on improvements to the ARF, ensuring the form is easy for potential participants and their practitioners to understand and complete. This is an opportunity to have your say and have your NDIS access questions answered by NDIA employees.

The NDIA is making significant changes to the NDIS in 2019 to help people with disability get the supports they need to achieve their goals. This is called the NDIS pathway reform, or the Pathways Program which is intended to support participants and improve people’s individual experience with the NDIS.

In a recent CESPHN survey about the NDIS, health professionals raised a number of questions and concerns about the Access process.

This Feedback & Education session is available to all health professionals. NDIA representatives will present and seek feedback on a newly redesigned ARF. Feedback will be used to further improve the ARF. This session is valuable to ensure eligible participants meet access and that health professionals are confident to support them in this goal.

Session details

  • Pre-reading: Booklet 1 – Understanding the NDIS
  • Presentation and consultation on new Access Request Form (ARF)
  • Feedback from health professionals on ARF and Access process
  • Brief education session on supporting eligible participants to access the Scheme
  • Question & Answer session
  • Post-event follow-up: Feedback outcomes

Target audience

All health professionals who are eligible to complete an Access Request Form.

General practitioners and allied health professionals.

Event details

Date: Tuesday 30 April

Time: 10.00 am – 1.00 pm (30 minute lunch break)

Location: CESPHN, Tower A, Level 5, 201 Coward St Mascot

To register click on this link  OR email CESPHN Events events@cesphn.com.au

For further information please email j.denford@cesphn.com.au

 

TheThe The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) invites general practitioners and allied health professionals to attend a feedback and education session on the NDIS Access Request Form (ARF). The NDIA will consult with health professionals and participants on improvements to the ARF, ensuring the form is easy for potential participants and their practitioners to understand and complete. This is an opportunity to have your say and have your NDIS access questions answered by NDIA employees.

The NDIA is making significant changes to the NDIS in 2019 to help people with disability get the supports they need to achieve their goals. This is called the NDIS pathway reform, or the Pathways Program which is intended to support participants and improve people’s individual experience with the NDIS.

In a recent CESPHN survey about the NDIS, health professionals raised a number of questions and concerns about the Access process.

This Feedback & Education session is available to all health professionals. NDIA representatives will present and seek feedback on a newly redesigned ARF. Feedback will be used to further improve the ARF. This session is valuable to ensure eligible participants meet access and that health professionals are confident to support them in this goal.

Session details
· Pre-reading: Booklet 1 – Understanding the NDIS

· Presentation and consultation on new Access Request Form (ARF)

· Feedback from health professionals on ARF and Access process

· Brief education session on supporting eligible participants to access the Scheme

· Question & Answer session

· Post-event follow-up: Feedback outcomes

Target audience
All health professionals who are eligible to complete an Access Request Form.

General practitioners and allied health professionals.

 

Event details
Date: Tuesday 30 April

Time: 10am – 1pm (30 minute lunch break)

Location: CESPHN, Tower A, Level 5, 201 Coward St Mascot

Places are limited. Register now[JD1]

For further information email: j.denford@cesphn.com.au