Helping people connect to support is what Support Cooridinators do, but that does not make it easy! In this webinar, Aviva & Evie explore this foundational Support Coordination skill, including:
Working out what's needed
- How to think about what’s important to you/your participant
- Thinking broadly and creatively about “support”
- Asking the right questions to get the right answers
Where to look for providers
- Searching NDIS provider offerings
- Exploring community, mainstream and informal supports
What to look for in different types of providers
- Understanding the essential points of difference between providers
- Asking for what you want and being assertive/creative
- Trusting your expert knowledge
Mitigating Conflicts of Interest
- Understanding your responsibilities
1.00 - 2.15pm AEDT
Melbourne / Sydney timezone
Friday 6 November
Can't make the live session? A recording of the webinar will be sent to all registered attendees.
Evie Naufal (DSC)
Evie is a DSC all rounder, an NDIS expert and director-general of all things online at DSC (and that's a lot of things!). She holds both a Masters degree in Sustainable Business Development from HEC Paris and a Media Communications degree from the University of Melbourne.
Evie is one of the four founding members of DSC and is a huge contributor to our success. She is an outstanding writer, presenter and service developer. Evie has been highly influential in building the sector's understanding of NDIS Support Coordination and if you need something done quickly, wonderfully and with flair then go ask Evie.
Aviva Beecher Kelk (Clickability)
Aviva Beecher Kelk is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne, and head Disability Services Advisor at Clickability. She has a Masters degree in social work and undergraduate degrees in Arts and Fine Art. As one of the cofounders of Clickability, she’s been helping participants and providers connect and communicate with each other for over 5 years.
This is a 75 minute webinar, comprised of around 30 minutes of presentation and 45 minutes for Q&A.
Yes! All our webinars have live captioning. If you prefer Auslan interpreting, just let us know when you register.
Yes! The time for questions is limited so we may not be able to get to all of them but you will certainly have the chance to ask questions of the presenters using the chat function (ie. not verbally).
No. This is a webinar so you will be able to see and hear the video of the presenter but you will not be able to share your own video or audio.