Free, one-on-one NDIS sessions
Unsure about what the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) means for you, how to access it, how to prepare for your planning meeting, or what to do when you get your NDIS plan?
Yooralla hold free, one-on-one NDIS discussions, to help people with disability and their carers to understand the NDIS, no matter what stage of the NDIS journey they are in.
We can explain how the NDIS works, how to access it, how to prepare for your NDIS planning meeting, and if you have your plan how to make the most of it - all in easy to understand language.
This is not a group session. This means that you can discuss your personal circumstances and needs in private - and have your questions answered.
"The information that was shared with me was specific to my child and was less general, unlike larger sessions I’ve been to." - Nicky from Glen Eira
"The one to one session was really beneficial because … I was able to ask questions about our son’s needs with a person who was very knowledgeable in the area and took the time to listen and respond." - Heather from Manningham
"Your advice was succinct and understandable, unlike some of the waffly meetings I have attended.” - Lesley from Bayside Peninsula
“I can’t keep my head in the sand much longer, I need to do some training for preparing for the NDIS, that’s why I am here” - Sarah, Bayside Peninsula
Book now for your free one-on-one discussion with Yooralla's Community Engagement Team.
Thursday 1 November
Venue: Flemington Community Centre
25 Mt Alexander Rd, Flemington
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Venue: Hume Global Learning Centre
1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows
If you want to talk about how to prepare for your NDIS planning meeting, you may also want to download Yooralla's guide to prepare for the NDIS prior to your one-on-one discussion.
If the time you want is not available, please email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 9666 4500.