Internationally acclaimed Clinical Psychologist, Author and Mum, Dr Anne Chalfant, is hosting a free information night for parents on the NDIS.
If you are feeling confused about the NDIS then you are not alone! Allied Health and Medical professionals are struggling to make sense of it and families are feeling overwhelmed.
We want to ensure that our clients get the most support possible through the NDIS.
There are some “extra tips” that you need to be aware of, which can help maximise your chance of getting the most out of your NDIS plan for your child/family.
Dr Chalfant has now spent several months studying the scheme and reviewing the entire NDIS Act. She has also been directly involved in planning meetings. She will give you first-hand information about the best way to prepare for these meetings so that you can maximise the amount you get allocated in your plan.
What will be covered?
Anyone can jump on the NDIS webpage but what about the story behind the scene…
In this free seminar Dr Chalfant will:
- Highlight what information to really focus on when you apply to participate in the NDIS.
- Discuss what information to bring to your planning meeting.
- Talk about how to write goals with the NDIS planners during a planning meeting so that you can maximise your funded support.
Who is presenting?
Dr Chalfant is known for her relaxed yet highly informative presentation style, breaking down complex matters into easy to follow steps.
Dr Chalfant will be joined by a parent who has recently experienced accessing the NDIS and who successfully navigated their way through an NDIS planning meeting. She will share her experiences and suggestions on how best to prepare and what to expect.
|When:||Thursday, 14 September 2017|
|Time:||6:15pm for a 6:30pm start. Finish by 7:30pm|
|Where:||Annie’s Centre, 283 Avoca St, Randwick 2031 NSW, Australia|
Limited numbers available. You must register to be included in the evening. Seats are booking quickly!
|Call||+61 2 9314 5793|
Anne is an internationally regarded Clinical Psychologist and researcher. She has a wide range of experience in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of developmental, intellectual, emotional and behavioural difficulties within children. She has presented at international conferences and is often cited in Australian radio and print media for her expertise on child development and parenting. Anne has presented frequently on “Parenting” on talk-back radio as a guest expert for both Radio 2GB and Radio 2UE in Sydney. In 2011, Anne authored the book, “Managing Anxiety in People with Autism”. It was a finalist in the 2012 International Book Awards in the Psychology section and has sold thousands of copies worldwide.