NDIS Planning Workshops for Parents/Carers


Date and time: Tue 14th Aug, 2018 - Tue 28th Aug, 2018, 10-12pm, 10-12pm, 10-12pm

Venue: Maribyrnong City Council Cnr Hyde & Napier Streets

Maribyrnong City Council is running three free ‘NDIS Planning’ workshops in preparation for the NDIS roll out in this region in October. The workshops are aimed at parents or carers of children aged 7-18 with a disability. The three workshops are sequential, so participants must complete each workshop before attending the next. 

Get Ready for the NDIS- Youth Workshop


Date and time: Thu 16th Aug, 2018 - Tue 11th Sep, 2018, 4-6pm, 4-6pm

Venue: Phoenix Youth Centre 72 Buckley St

Maribyrnong City Council and Youth Disability Advocacy Service have partnered to provide workshops for youth aged 12-25 on the NDIS in preparation for the roll out in October.. The topics cover: NDIS 101: what is the NDIS and how do you join What do you want to do with your life? how to achieve your … Continued

Statewide NDIS workshops for Participants and providers


Date and time: Tue 21st Aug, 2018,

Venue: Various locations. See more info link for details.

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is providing a series of workshops across Victoria.  The workshops include: NDIS Plan reviews and implementation Community information session Getting ready for the NDIS Support Coordination forum for Providers Accommodation forum for Providers Employment forum for Providers  

Voice at the Table Training- for people with ABI


Date and time: Thu 23rd Aug, 2018 - Thu 30th Aug, 2018, 10-3.30pm, 10-3.30pm

Venue: Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane

This series of Voice at the Table training is targeted at people with an acquired brain injury who want to develop skills to become consumer advocates on boards, committees and advisory groups.  

Strengthening the Support Sector


Date and time: Thu 30th Aug, 2018, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Venue:  The Royal Children's Hospital50 Flemington Road  Ella Latham Theatre Parkville

We are beginning to see the results of investment into genomic and genetic technologies by Governments and the health sector; locally, nationally and internationally. The concern is that the downstream effects into a continuum of care, from diagnosis to self-management and everything in between, will put pressure on individuals, their families and communities. This workshop will … Continued