Community workshops will be held to allow NDIS participants, including their family members or carers, to share their views on the NDIS process.
The workshops will go for up to half a day, but will be structured so participants can attend for all or part of the session.
|10:00am – 10:20am||Welcome and introductions|
|10:20am – 11:10am||Session 1. Your NDIS experience|
|11:10am – 11:30am||1st break|
|11:30am – 12:30pm||Session 2. Improving the NDIS experience|
|12:30pm – 1:00pm||Lunch|
|1:00pm – 1:40pm||Session 3. What needs to change|
|1:40pm – 2:00pm||Final session: Refine your ideas and input|
NDIS Participant Service Guarantee Workshops – Detailed Information and Agenda:
The workshops will be held in every state and territory around Australia.
Arrangements are still being put in place, however you can register your interest to attend one of the locations included in the list below. They will take place between September and October 2019, Once details of the sessions are confirmed, you will be provided with further details and asked to confirm you registration.
Registrations for interest in a workshop are available on Eventbrite.
All capital cities:
- Adelaide (Registrations for the Adelaide workshop have reached capacity. You can express your interest in attending a workshop for a later date by emailing email@example.com. A second session in Adelaide will be considered if there is enough interest.)
The following regional locations:
- Cairns (QLD)
- Orange (NSW)
- Launceston (Tas)
- Ballarat (Vic)
- Mount Gambier (SA)
- Alice Springs (NT)
- Albany (WA)
Consultations will be accessible. Please ensure you provide details in the registration form of any adjustments or special requirements you might need to attend a workshop.
Prior to the workshop you will be given an agenda and materials to support your input on the day.
There will also be community consultations that allow Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to have their say in culturally appropriate and safe spaces. Find out more on the Workshops for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples page.
A series of discussion groups will also be held with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with intellectual disability or cognitive impairment.