Hospital discharge for NDIS participants can be a nightmare with processes and systems that do not talk to each other.
Using a case study of a participant with newly acquired disabilities, attendees will learn to develop effective approaches for responding to complex hospital discharge situations including:
Identifying and overcoming common barriers to successful hospital discharge
Gathering critical information effectively and building rapport
Working with stakeholders in a complex mainstream interfaces
Identifying funding responsibilities
Exploring supports required for hospital discharge
Practicing effective Support Coordination skills throughout (eg. reporting, delegation, communication, billable hours)
Understanding the scope and limitations of the Support Coordination role
This workshop is appropriate for all Support Coordinator experience levels. Attendees should have a basic understanding of NDIS planning processes and supports.