The Summer Foundation, in partnership with CEH and Ablelink, is facilitating a suite of live webinars for support coordinators and allied health professionals working with people with complex needs in the Mildura area. The webinars are location specific and will include learning checks, reflective practice and Q&A.
This webinar explores how NDIS service providers can work effectively with CALD participants and communities. By exploring your own culture and values through fun activities, you can reflect on how these affect interactions with CALD clients who have a disability, in the context of the NDIS
- Effective cross-cultural communication throughout the planning and implementation process
- CALD communities’ uptake of the NDIS
This webinar will help you understand:
- How culture can affect understanding of disability and access to services
- How to develop successful strategies for cross-cultural communication
Date: Thursday 18 June
Time: 10am – 12.30pm
This workshop is part of a series being run by the below organisations in Mildura. The UpSkill Regional Victoria project is supported by the Victorian Government.