online workshop

Aged Care vs NDIS: Who's responsible for what?

NDIS versus aged care: who funds what?

Registration

Flexible rescheduling

Change up to 4 hours before.

Why take this course?


For participants over the age of 65, there’s not always a clear distinction between what the NDIS should fund and what the aged care system should fund. To put it simply: the NDIA will only fund reasonable and necessary supports for a person’s disability and defer to the aged care system for any supports related to their ageing needs (which, as you can imagine, the line gets a little blurry). 

The NDIA has been monitoring this intersection like a hawk, so now is a good time for providers to get on top of who funds what so they can provide the best support for ageing participants. 

This two hour workshop will give you the confidence to draw a line between the two, as well as provide evidence for the disability-related support needs of an ageing participant. The ultimate goal? More equitable funding for older Australians. 


What you’ll gain

  • NDIS versus Aged Care: who’s responsible for what? 

  • How does residential Aged Care cross-billing work?

  • What are reasonable and necessary supports for an aging participant?

  • How to give evidence for disability related needs versus aged care needs?

  • When the NDIS say the supports requested are related to aging – what do you do?


Who’s it for?

  • Support coordinators

  • Managers

  • Frontline leaders

  • Any providers supporting ageing participants 



What’s included?

  • 2 hour virtual workshop via Zoom

  • Downloadable copy of the slides for you to look back on

  • Relevant links and resources related to NDIS and ageing funding

Sessions

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$285.00

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Facilitators

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Dr Kylie Morgan

Kylie completed her PhD in 2007, is an NDIS brainiac and is doubly brainiac-y on all things NDIS mental health. She has over 15 years experience working in the mental health, disability and aged care sectors. Kylie has extensive experience designing, implementing and evaluating mental health programs. Through her experience as a carer of her brother-in-law, Kylie has also developed a passion for assisting organisations to develop Specialist Disability Accommodation. In the course of her work and studies, Kylie has developed advanced skills in the management and development of staff, program design and establishment, stakeholder and consumer engagement, and budget management.

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Neil Morgan

Neil has a unique mixture of experience in that he is a qualified CPA with an MBA who has worked for the Victorian Government for 12 years before joining an aged care facility where he worked as the Deputy General Manger before being appointed CEO.  Neil has worked in the aged care sector throughout the last few difficult years which enables him to understand the many challenges facing the care sectors.  With his Government background he can appreciate both the Government regulatory and legislative objectives along with the operational impact on the employees and business who are working hard to provide high quality care to some of our most vulnerable.  Neil will be able to help you navigate the increasingly complex business environment we face every day while caring for those people entrusted to our care.