Evidence for SDA outcomes (Loddon-Mallee region)

  • July 21st, 2020 10:00 am
  • Online workshop for Loddon-Mallee region
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The Summer Foundation, in partnership with CEH and Ablelink, is facilitating a suite of online workshops for support coordinators and allied health professionals working with people with complex needs in the Loddon-Mallee region. These online workshops are participatory and will include learning checks, reflective practice and Q&A. 

It is anticipated that only 6 per cent of NDIS participants will be eligible for SDA. If you’ve been contracted by a participant who may be eligible for SDA, it is vital that you provide NDIA decision makers with housing plans that address the SDA eligibility criteria. 

Topics include:

  • Current NDIA thinking and approaches to SDA funding
  • Using our new SDA Housing Plan Template and Guide
  • The critical role OTs play

This workshop will help you understand:

  • The evidence the NDIA needs to determine whether SDA is a reasonable and necessary support for an individual
  • Why addressing the SDA Rules drives innovation and safeguards the housing needs and preferences of people with disability

Date: Tuesday 21 July
Time: 10am – 12.30pm

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This workshop is part of a series being run by the below organisations in the Loddon-Mallee region. The UpSkill Regional Victoria project is supported by the Victorian Government.

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