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Best practice when working with people with complex support needs


Person being shown a Yours Rights brochure by their Support Coordinator

Online Workshop – Zoom
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This workshop is for NDIS allied health professionals and support coordinators who want to build on their capabilities and ensure the services they provide are of the highest standard, are ethical and empowering for the people they support. 

You will gain insight into the guiding approaches of service provision including taking a human rights and person-centered approach to practice, working in a trauma informed way, practicing cultural sensitivity and promoting self determination. You will learn strategies to demonstrate leadership in promoting and upholding the rights of those you support who live with complex support needs. 


This workshop via Zoom, is facilitated by UpSkill Lead Linda Hughes and Vivien Williams.
There will be practical exercises, opportunity for group discussion and questions and answers.


Learning objectives 

  • Recognise when a person’s rights are at risk and identify ways that you can assist to reassert their rights 
  • Identify key guiding approaches that are essential when working with people with complex support needs and consider ways to incorporate these approaches into how you work
  • Demonstrate strategies to improve your overall practice and identify ways to work collaboratively with mainstream and NDIS services
  • Lead, innovate and develop service improvements in line with contemporary best practice

Who is this for:

  • Support coordinators
  • NDIS allied health professionals

There are currently no upcoming sessions for this workshop. Please check back again soon! 


Any questions?

If you would like to know more about this workshop or UpSkill training, check out our FAQs page, or email: upskill@summerfoundation.org.au

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