Accessing the NDIS – an introductory session

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Do you have a disability that impacts your daily life, or do you know someone who does?

The National Disability Insurance Agency invites people with disability, families and carers to attend an introductory online session with a focus on accessing the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

The workshop will cover:

  • what is the NDIS?
  • NDIS eligibility criteria
  • how to request access
  • what information to provide
  • where to go for more information.

Please note this session is offered over multiple dates to allow flexibility for attendees. These sessions will cover the same content, and will have a maximum capacity of 50 attendees. Please only register for the date you wish to attend.

This session will be held via video-conference using Microsoft Teams. Details on how to log into the session will be forwarded to all attendees two days prior to the session date.** Please note we encourage individual registrations for all sessions to ensure each registrant receives these details**

Accessibility is important to us. If you have any accessibility, interpreter, live captioning, or other requirements please advise when registering. Please note, we need a minimum of five (5) business days’ notice to book Auslan interpreters and live captioning.

For any enquiries regarding this session or if you require information to be presented in an alternative format for accessibility reasons, please contact (Please include the session name in the subject line).

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