NDIS 101: Lessons learnt as a Parent & Senior Support Coordinator
This presentation explains the NDIS process in everyday terms, covering some of the fundamentals that are the basis of the system. The language and processes need to be understood by parents and carers to get the best out of the scheme and optimise supports and outcomes for their child.
About the Presenter: Roslyn Wyburn
Ros Wyburn is the mother of three teenagers. Her youngest child has a moderate bilateral sensorineural hearing loss and other complex disabilities. The family’s NDIS involvement started in 2014, fortunately living in the second trial site in NSW. Ros has been working as a Senior Coordinator of Supports (CoS) for the last 4 ½ years, assisting NDIS participants from a wide variety of backgrounds in identifying their support needs, preparing for NDIS plan reviews, and plan implementation. Ros has also been involved with several NDIA policy development working groups as an NDIS participant representative of Aussie Deaf Kids.
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Links to information provided in the presentation
Preparation and planning
Reviewing a decision
Making a complaint
Some additional links in response to questions