NDIS and Mental Health for Clinicians - Victor Harbor
Tuesday 20 October 2020, 06:00pm - 09:00pm

The Transition Support team at Flinders University together with the NDIA Community and Mainstream Engagements and Events Branch, are facilitating a series of free workshops for clinicians and practice staff supporting adults with psychosocial disability to apply to access the NDIS.

The workshops will focus on how to provide helpful evidence for access, how to support people through the process of gathering evidence and include updates on the access process and appropriate forms to use.

If you are interested in how to provide evidence for access and your role in the process you are encouraged to attend an event. 

For more information about the transition support project and our NDIS expertise visit our website www.tspforall.com.au

Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm 
Registrations open at 5:30pm

Dinner provided – spaces are limited – registration is essential

Please note, these events are for clinicians and practice staff and are not open to the general public. Potential NDIS participants, carers and other members of the public interested in learning more about the NDIS can visit the NDIS website for information regarding engagement events and activities.

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