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What does NDIS mean for those with psychosocial disability?
Hosted by Wellways Australia, this is a great forum for people whose lives have been impacted by mental health or other psychosocial disabilities and their carers who want more information about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and how it will impact them.
This forum is designed to provide valuable information and help answer your questions about NDIS.
- Politician: Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Health
- Speakers from NDIA and Carers Victoria
- Including a Q&A session
- What is a psychosocial disability?
- How will the NDIS support me?
- What help can I get?
- How individualised plans will be tailored to participant's goals, personal circumstances and disability support needs
- Where to find out about supports and how to tap into supports already available in the community
- How the NDIS works with other systems
- The community services and activities that will be available
- What are nominees and guardians under the NDIS?
- Who can I approach for advice, information and referral services, including families and carers?
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Frankston Arts Centre is situate on the corner of Davey & Young Streets, Frankston. Melways Map 100A D8.
Parking is conveniently available under the Centre with entry from Young Street.
Frankston Arts Centre is a comfortable one hour drive from Melbourne and is located 500 metres south of Frankston's Central Activities District. Save time and bypass traffic lights using EastLink.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact Wellways on 03 9784 6800 if you have any questions about the event.
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Wellways Australia Limited is a leading not-for-profit mental health and disability support organisation with services in Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria and Tasmania. Our services span mental health, disability and community care, and reach thousands of people each year.
We work with a diverse range of people living with mental health issues or various disabilities, and their families, friends and carers, to bring about positive change and build good lives in their communities. This can include creating a home, securing a job and building meaningful relationships.