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The National Disability Insurance Scheme
In control our way: supporting NDIS self-management 

 

About the project

The “In control our way: supporting NDIS self-management” project is being led by Children and Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA).

This project is funded from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Readiness Grant Round 2018-19.

The aim of this project is to establish an information and peer support model to build the capability of families of to self-manage their child’s supports. The project will be delivered through co-design process with families to ensure the information, process and resources built over the project meet their needs.

This project will include consultation and co-design through an Advisory Group who will provide ideas and share experiences about supporting choice and control, and how families of children with disability best support their child’s NDIS plans.

Expressions of interest to join our Advisory Group

CYDA are calling for expressions of interest from families to form an Advisory Group for the In control our way: supporting NDIS self-management project.

The Advisory Group will provide ideas and information about their experiences to assist CYDA in developing resources and approaches to build the capability of families of children to self-manage their child’s NDIS supports.

The Advisory Group will have between 10 -20 members with a mix of families of children and young people with disability who may be current or future NDIS participants.

Members do not need to be currently self-managing their child’s NDIS plan, we are looking for a range of perspectives.

The resources will be developed through research and co-design with families of children with disability through 2019 and into early 2020.

Please see the following information about the Advisory Group:

About the Project Advisory Group

Draft Terms of Reference

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