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NDIS Understanding Workshops Workshop 1 How does the NDIS work? NDIS workshops brought to

NDIS Understanding Workshops Workshop 1 How does the NDIS work? NDIS workshops brought to you by 1

PART 1 Introduction 2

PART 1 Introduction 2

Workshop accessibility Please feel free to provide us feedback on our accessibility - in

Workshop accessibility Please feel free to provide us feedback on our accessibility - in person, or via: Email: [email protected] org. au Phone: 1800 219 969 (toll free) or (03) 9662 3324 Post: Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) Level 2, 247 – 251 Flinders Lane Melbourne, VIC 3000 3

About me Tricia Malowney Consultant Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) 4

About me Tricia Malowney Consultant Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) 4

Workshop protocols and style Please put your phone on silent, or turn it off

Workshop protocols and style Please put your phone on silent, or turn it off There are no silly questions Share as much or little as is comfortable Do you have a nametag and Attendee Handbook? 5

Train the Trainer This workshop will prepare you to present information effectively, respond to

Train the Trainer This workshop will prepare you to present information effectively, respond to participant questions and run activities. The Direct Training workshops you will run are intended for people with disability, including people with intellectual disability, as well as families. 6

Workshop outline Part 1 30 minutes Introduction Part 2 10 minutes How things were

Workshop outline Part 1 30 minutes Introduction Part 2 10 minutes How things were before the NDIS Part 3 20 minutes How does the NDIS work? Part 4 20 minutes The NDIS Access process 7 Break 30 minutes Part 5 15 minutes Why the NDIS is different for the people who use it Part 6 15 minutes Let’s learn even more about the NDIS Part 7 40 minutes Is there anything else I should know about the NDIS?

Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) AFDO is a peak body. Members are run

Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) AFDO is a peak body. Members are run and operated by people with a disability and their families. AFDO represents the interests of people with a disability. AFDO educates the public about the issues faced by people with a disability on a day to day basis. 8

Disability Loop is a group of resources about the NDIS. Disability Loop’s information is

Disability Loop is a group of resources about the NDIS. Disability Loop’s information is up-todate, easy to find and easy to use. We always use plain language, to help you make sense of it all. www. disabilityloop. org. au To stay in the loop you can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and You. Tube. 9

Find additional information: Fact sheet All about AFDO and Disability Loop 10

Find additional information: Fact sheet All about AFDO and Disability Loop 10

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Example John 12

Example John 12

PART 2 How things were before the NDIS 13

PART 2 How things were before the NDIS 13

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The different disability support systems in Australia 15

The different disability support systems in Australia 15

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Why the NDIS is needed • Support is hard to get or not available

Why the NDIS is needed • Support is hard to get or not available at all • What support is available changes depending on where you live • Very little or no choice 17

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PART 2 How does the NDIS work? 19

PART 2 How does the NDIS work? 19

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The NDIS explained • Completely new national system • Information, Linkages and Capacity Building

The NDIS explained • Completely new national system • Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) • Support people with permanent and significant • Local Area disabilities Coordinators (LACs) • Early intervention 21 • Individual Funded Packages • Replace existing local systems by late 2019, same system nationwide

Existing disability support systems had problems • Frustrating and inadequate • Denied basic human

Existing disability support systems had problems • Frustrating and inadequate • Denied basic human rights – long waiting times, rationed access to supports, burnout, breaking point • Disability sector overstretched and under resourced - broken 22

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Find additional information: Fact sheet The road to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Find additional information: Fact sheet The road to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) 25

PART 4 The NDIS Access process 26

PART 4 The NDIS Access process 26

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Who can access the NDIS? Permanent & significant 28 Under 65 years old Australian

Who can access the NDIS? Permanent & significant 28 Under 65 years old Australian citizenship

Who can access the NDIS? Accessing the NDIS during the trial phase 29

Who can access the NDIS? Accessing the NDIS during the trial phase 29

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Permanent and significant disability • Permanent or lifelong • Substantially reduced ability to participate

Permanent and significant disability • Permanent or lifelong • Substantially reduced ability to participate effectively in activities, or perform tasks or actions • Likely to require support under the NDIS for lifetime 31 • Affects capacity for social and economic participation

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Accessing the NDIS during the transition to full scheme 33

Accessing the NDIS during the transition to full scheme 33

Accessing the NDIS during the transition to full scheme How will the process work

Accessing the NDIS during the transition to full scheme How will the process work when the NDIS is available? • Defined programs 34

Accessing the NDIS during the transition to full scheme NDIS First Plan process 35

Accessing the NDIS during the transition to full scheme NDIS First Plan process 35

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PART 5 Why the NDIS is different for the people who use it 37

PART 5 Why the NDIS is different for the people who use it 37

The NDIS is different as it provides resources for people with disability 39

The NDIS is different as it provides resources for people with disability 39

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 5 Plan Management explained NDIS Understanding workshop 6

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 5 Plan Management explained NDIS Understanding workshop 6 Is self-management for me? 40

The NDIS is different as it provides resources for people with disability The NDIS

The NDIS is different as it provides resources for people with disability The NDIS is not income support 41

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The NDIS brings choice and control 44

The NDIS brings choice and control 44

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The NDIS brings choice and control The NDIS will promote the growth of new

The NDIS brings choice and control The NDIS will promote the growth of new services 46

PART 6 Let’s learn even more about the NDIS 47

PART 6 Let’s learn even more about the NDIS 47

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Find additional information: Fact sheet The growth of the NDIS 50

Find additional information: Fact sheet The growth of the NDIS 50

Reasonable and necessary 51

Reasonable and necessary 51

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 2 Reasonable and necessary 52

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 2 Reasonable and necessary 52

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Example John 53

Planning within the NDIS 1. Getting Plan Ready 54 2. The Planning Conversation 3.

Planning within the NDIS 1. Getting Plan Ready 54 2. The Planning Conversation 3. NDIS Plan Approval

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 3 Planning and standing strong 55

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 3 Planning and standing strong 55

Planning within the NDIS Implementing NDIS Plans 56

Planning within the NDIS Implementing NDIS Plans 56

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 4 I have my Plan, what now? 57

Find additional information: NDIS Understanding workshop 4 I have my Plan, what now? 57

PART 7 Is there anything else I should know about the NDIS? 58

PART 7 Is there anything else I should know about the NDIS? 58

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The ILC is an important part of the NDIS Information, Linkages and Capacity Building

The ILC is an important part of the NDIS Information, Linkages and Capacity Building 60

The ILC is an important part of the NDIS Local Area Coordinators can help

The ILC is an important part of the NDIS Local Area Coordinators can help everyone 61

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Example Jenny 62

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Sometimes things may go wrong when people use the NDIS 64

Sometimes things may go wrong when people use the NDIS 64

Workshop review 65

Workshop review 65

Evaluations What is something you have learnt? What have you found most valuable? What

Evaluations What is something you have learnt? What have you found most valuable? What do you think could be improved? What is something you will take away? 66

Thank you for participating! Remember to visit www. disabilityloop. org. au www. afdo. org.

Thank you for participating! Remember to visit www. disabilityloop. org. au www. afdo. org. au NDIS workshops brought to you by 67