Reading and Understanding an NDIS Plan
First there are a couple of ways an initial can be conducted.
Olivia Davis – Moving From Perth to Sydney
What is the Early Childhood (formally ECEI) program and how is it funded?
Goals are unique to the individual. But what is common, is that all NDIS goals are what participants wish to achieve with the support from NDIS and appropriate mainstream services.
Being mindful about the language we use goes beyond using politically correct terminology, but words are a big part of communication.
Have you heard the terms “Informal support”, “Formal Supports” and “Mainstream supports” used within the NDIS space and wondered what it all really means?
It is not uncommon for selfcare to slip our minds right up until we have hit a wall. Selfcare varies from person to person, what works for you might not work for others. Selfcare can be directed toward our Mental, physical and emotional health and wellbeing. I do believe in a professional and a personal setting that proactive steps are vital for managing stress and possibly anxiety. This blog will touch on different aspects of the disability sector where selfcare is vital.
A “scheduled review” meeting will usually occur in a face-to-face capacity with either a LAC, or NDIA planner. These are the guys who collect your relevant information and create the next NDIS plan. It is therefore really important that they have the clearest picture of your support needs
What do these phrases mean to you … and what do they mean to the NDIS
- Reading and Understanding an NDIS Plan
- What to Expect from an Initial?
- Olivia Davis - Inspirational Story
- Navigating the Early Childhood space. A guide for parents and carers
- My NDIS Goals
- Language Matters: Mindful Language in the Disability Space
- Formal Supports, Informal Supports & Mainstream Supports
- A Guide To Self Care
- Don’t forget Important Documents for Planning Meetings & Reviews
- NDIS Common Phrases (EP 2) – By Stephanie Gaynor