Behaviour Support is a heavily regulated area in the NDIS, make sure you understand your organisation's Q&S Responsibilities.
This half day workshop will explore:
- Behaviour Support Responsibilities in the NDIS
- Regulated Restrictive Practices
- State and Territory Authorisation Requirements
- The Behaviour Support Capability Framework
- NDIS Practice Standards for Specialist Behaviour Support Providers (Module 2) and Implementing Providers (2A)
- Behaviour Support Plan and Practitioner Registration Requirements
Each attendee will receive a gap analysis tool to work on throughout the workshop and will leave with a host of resources at their fingertips.
Jess has worked in the community space for almost 2 decades across a broad range of roles including direct care, case management, coordination/management, quality assurance, policy, training, tender writing and as an unpaid carer. Her diverse experience has strengthened her flexible communication style, capacity to process, map and empathise with people interacting with the social, community and health systems at different points.
Jess takes a thorough and methodical approach to interpreting complex funding and audit guidelines, pre-empting questions and identifying any gaps in an organisation's position. Jess doesn’t talk like a typical QA officer though, she has vast experience producing documentation and systems that break down legislation and policy and believes that if quality and safeguarding arrangements are going to have effect they need to work on the ground. The stuff Jess produces is clear, simple to use, drives organisational efficiency and, most importantly, leads to better service.
1:00 - 4:00pm AEST
Wednesday 2 September
Thursday 24 September
Thursday 1 October
This is a 3 hour live workshop run over Zoom.
The maximum number of learners per workshop is 40.
Yes! Zoom can accommodate either so just let us know your preference when you register.
We want to maintain the intimacy of our face-to-face sessions and allow people to feel free to share their concerns and challenges so we’ve decided not to record the sessions.
(Note: we will make an exception to this where someone requires the recording for accessibility reasons, but we’ll make all efforts to anonymise the content and remove sensitive information).