The Summer Foundation’s Tenancy Matching Service (TMS) and UpSkill are working to ensure that disability housing reflects the needs and preferences of people with disability.
TMS will explain the role of its national database of PWD’s housing needs and preferences and how it can assist you to support the people you work with to achieve their preferred
housing outcome. TMS will also introduce current SDA vacancies and the Summer Foundation’s Senior Policy and Research Officer Penny Paul will explain the evidence you need to submit to the NDIA to help ensure successful SDA outcomes.
What to expect:
A short and interactive online learning lunch with a brief presentation. We welcome your thoughts and ideas.
The aims of the lunchtimelearning sessions are to:
- Ensure that people with complex needs have access to quality services
- Work together on solutions to complex problems
- Co-design and share information and resources
- Provide peer support
Who is this for:
- NDIS Support Coordinators working in NSW
- NDIS allied health professionals working in NSW
Rules of engagement:
Respect confidentiality. We know it’s important to share real stories; please de-identify your contributions.
These workshops are intended to be safe for everyone involved. Listen attentively, be curious and show appreciation.
Don’t hesitate to contact us after the workshop if you’d like to debrief.
Date: Wednesday 15 July
Time: 12 – 1pm AEST