You might have missed it but there have been changes to Early Childhood supports. This essential training will help your business adapt prepare for future changes.
Why take this course?
Learn about the different pathways for children with a developmental concern, development delay or a disability. These pathways will determine the supports and services given to a child – whether that’s community, mainstream or the NDIS.
Good in theory. But for providers of Early Childhood supports (actually, make that any providers working with children) we’re expecting some big shifts to your business operations - potentially less funding coming from early childhood, less support coordination, conflict of interest issues and more accountability to the NDIA.
Lets get you up to speed with what’s happening so you can prepare your business for the changes to come and stay financially viable.
What you'll gain
Across two informative hours, we’ll cover the practical, operational and business implications of the changes to Early Childhood planning.
Let’s dive into:
The New Early Childhood approach – what is it and why you should care?
What is Early Connections and how will it play out?
The role of the Early Childhood Partner
NDIS definitions: Developmental Concerns vs Developmental Delay vs Disability (these definitions can ultimately impact a child’s access to NDIS supports)
The supports available for a child with developmental concerns or delays
The new Early Childhood support packages
When is a child eligible to become an NDIS participant?
Who's it for?
Allied Health Practitioners
Early Childhood Providers
2 hour virtual workshop via Zoom
Downloadable copy of the slides for you to look back on
Certificate of completion
As a presenter, trainer and consultant Rebecca delivers education with a practical engaging approach that consistently results in people coming back for more. Smarts and experience combined, her expertise is in the ‘living’ part of home & living (in all its NDIS complexities). From finance to quality systems, from partnerships to management, Rebecca understands service tensions while always keeping focus on the people who matter. If you want someone to assist with change at a pace that succeeds, you want Rebecca Brissett.
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.