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Implementing Your NDIS Plan – From Goals to Action – Brisbane September
September 26 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
About the Workshop:
This is a new series of two practical, hands-on half-day workshops. It is designed for people with disability and their families with an NDIS plan to turn their NDIS goals into reality.
This first workshop will assist people to put their NDIS plan into action and think creatively about how best to use their supports.
WORKSHOP 1: Implementing Your NDIS Plan – From Goals to Action
Thursday 26th September, 9:30am – 12:30pm
This workshop will help you better understand your NDIS plan, and provide strategies to help you get started to achieve your goals. You will consider ways to design and sustain supports to ensure a “good fit” for you and your family. You will look at ways how to direct supports for a good life, including recruiting the right staff for the role. Book your tickets from this page.
WORKSHOP 2: Preparing for Your NDIS Review – Record, Reflect, Plan
Thursday 10th October, 9:30am – 12:30pm
The second workshop is for people who want to get prepared for their annual NDIS review and get clear about the goals they would like to see into the future – please see seperate event booking page if you wish to book for this second workshop https://preparingforyourndisreview.eventbrite.com.au
Come along to one or both workshops to connect with and learn from other people with disability and their family members.
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Who Should Attend?
This workshop will be of interest to people with disabilities, and their families with an NDIS Plan.
If you need help registering,or other support to attend and participate, please contact CRU.
Using Your NDIS Funding at CRU:
If cost is a barrier to attending, please contact CRU to discuss. For people who are self-managing or using a plan manager, it is possible to use NDIS funding at CRU. To help you work out if this event is a reasonable and necessary support that will help you (or your family member) achieve your goals, see the Learning Objectives below. For more information about using NDIS funding at CRU, see our website. As CRU is not a registered NDIS service provider at this stage, people who are Agency managed cannot use NDIS funding to pay fees for CRU events.
Learning Objectives for Workshop 1:
People with a disability, family and friends will:
- Get started in activating their NDIS plan
- Better understand the components that make up their own NDIS plan
- Better understand what they can do if they are unhappy about their plan or a decision in their plan
- Further tease out their NDIS goals to help to think more creatively about how to best achieve their goals
- Explore some approaches to recruitment that will make the best use of NDIS support hours to achieve specific goals
- Connect with and hear from other people with lived experience of disability about practical ideas and strategies that have been useful when navigating the new system
- Get linked in with information and related resources to further build capacity
- Explore ways of sustaining efforts and bringing others in so the person with disability can continue to have a good life
To view CRU’s cancellation policy, visit: https://cru.org.au/about/policies/#cancellation
Community Resource Unit Ltd.
CRU has a 30 year track record of working across Queensland to help people with a disability take control of their lives and take their place in their community
Contact CRU if you need assistance or are unable to register online, by calling (07) 3844 2211 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW TO FIND THE VENUE:
CRU office is the building is on the corner of Peel and Merivale Streets (enter via Merivale Street).
It’s the building with the big red stripe down the side (opposite St Mary’s Catholic Church on Peel Street). You enter the building at the Commecial entry to the building (to the right of the hairdresser)
Bus: the closest bus way is the Cultural Centre busway Station on Melbourne Street. Turn right into Grey Street and then along to take a left onto Peel Street. Walk up Peel and our building is on the corner of Peel and Merivale.
City Cat: the closest City Cat terminal is the Southbank City Cat Terminal. It is approximately 1.2km walk to CRU.
Train: the closest train station is South Brisbane on Grey Street, opposite QPAC. It is about 600m to CRU
Car: Merivale Street is one way – you will need to enter Merivale from Montague Road to drop off passengers at the door. Limited accessible parking may be available on site – contact CRU to enquire on availability.
Please note: If arriving after 5.40pm please phone CRU 3844 2211 to gain access to building and to use the lifts.
Turn right when you exit the lift to the CRU office.
Please note there are two Brisbane City Council Car parks close to CRU. Merivale Street and Cnr of Cordelia and Montague.
Spaces in these car parks and on street parking in the area are 4hour limited metered parking and are heavily patrolled. Cars will need to be moved after 4 hrs to avoid a fine. Please do not park in these for FULL day events.
Surrounding streets: Manning and Boundary have a very limited number of 9hr metered parking.
Clearways are in effect daily (am and pm), so check street signage for restrictions. Local streets are all 2hr parking unless stated otherwise
Paid parking is also available at GOMA, Art Gallery, Convention Centre & Secure Parking SW1, all are in walking distance. Some online parking deals for early bird or discount rates are available – check websites.
- September 26
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
- Event Category:
- CRU event
- Event Tags:
- Brisbane, CRU content, CRU event, Family, Local Presenter, NDIS, NDIS Plan Review, People with Disability