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Report Writing in the NDIS for Assistive Technology

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University of Sydney Cumberland Campus

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This workshop will assist health professionals (Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech Pathologists) to understand the key elements required for writing a report or completing an Assistive Technology form, when working in the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The workshop will cover

  • The principles of a good clinical report for the NDIA for Assistive Technology

  • Understanding the Reasonable & Necessary criteria and how to ensure this is addressed in your report

  • Common assumptions made in writing reports for the NDIA

The workshop will be delivered by Angela Yee from the Uniting Local Area Coordination program. Angela is a qualified Occupational Therapist with a Masters on Health Science (Developmental Disability). The workshop content has been developed based the many reports which the LAC program has observed the Agency to approve.


This event is free for SPOTonDD members, if you wish to attend you are more than welcome to join SPOTonDD. Membership of particpants will be checked prior to the evening.

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