A 20-page good practice guide which uses clear sections and headings and an easy to read layout. It is designed for use by therapists as they prepare reports for NDIS participants, but is helpful for participants, families, Local Area Coordinators, and Support Coordinators too.
A 40-page booklet which uses clear sections and headings and an easy to read layout to help parents with disability in Victoria understand and navigate the child protection system in Victoria.
A 16-page booklet which uses plain language, clear sections and headings, and an easy to read layout – to make it easier to work out how SDA (and SIL – Supported Independent Living) works in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
A 1-page information sheet on what type of NDIS funding participants can ask for to gain funding towards attending Having a Say (HaS) conference.
These resources are an important step in promoting access to palliative care for Victorians with an intellectual disability and enhancing their overall health and wellbeing. They will enable providers to work in partnership with people with intellectual disabilities and their carers to deliver safe, high quality palliative care services that are inclusive, appropriate and accessible.