Event | Posted on 14th May 2019
Help MHCC improve the NDIS journey for our communities
With funding provided by the NDIA, Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) are working to share and enhance reimagine.today, a FREE online resource that guides people living with a mental health condition through the step-by-step process of accessing the NDIS.
We have employed Peer Leaders in NSW/ACT, NT, QLD, SA, VIC and TAS to coordinate state-based Peer-led Networks and be part of a co-design process to develop additional resources for reimagine.today, that will further support people in accessing the NDIS. In particular, new resources and updates will improve guidance around self-advocacy, decision making and self-management of NDIS access and planning.
This FREE workshop, run over 2 half day sessions, is an opportunity to:
- Learn about reimagine.today and how you can use it to support your NDIS access
- Understand self-advocacy and how it relates to you and the NDIS
- Learn about self-management and decision-making for accessing the NDIS and looking after your plan.
The afternoon component of this workshop will provide an opportunity for you to share your voice regarding improving resources on reimagine.today.
We are conducting a design process in consultation with people with lived experience, their family, carers, supporters, advocates and service providers to improve existing materials and create NEW supporting resources. We aim to provide an opportunity for people to contribute in a respectful, safe and supported environment.
How Can I get Involved?
We invite people living with a mental health condition, and their supporters – both paid and family/friends – to take part. Participants can choose to attend alone or with a supporter.
This workshop is FREE, with lunch provided.
Details for the event:
Date: 4th June 2019 (day 1) and 18th June 2019 (day 2)
Time: 10am — 2pm
Venue: Westpoint Community room, – Level 4, 17 Patrick st. Westfield Shopping Centre Blacktown 2148
To register your interest, or if you have any questions, please contact Grahame on 9555 8388 or firstname.lastname@example.org