HDA event – The NDIS: choice and control for children, young people and families


A/Professor Lorna Hallahan – Autonomy and self-determination: a valued or vulnerable vision for the NDIS? Head and Teaching Programs Director (Social Work), College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University.

Mr Jeremy Brown – The NDIS journey, a provider perspective Chief Operating Officer, Novita.

Ms Rosalyn McAuley – The Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) partner role within the community and role in supporting children 0-6 years Community Engagement and Capacity Building Manager, Child and Youth Services Early Childhood Early Intervention Partner Program, Department of Human Services.

Ms Sam Paoir – How Innovation can make an NDIS plan worth more than it appears: the participant experience Director, The Growing Space

CHAIR – A/Professor Pammi Raghavendra College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University

When: Wednesday 22 August 2018
Time: 5.30 – 8.00pm (doors open from 5.00pm, networking with light refreshments from 7.15pm)
Where: Rumours (6th floor), Union House University of Adelaide (North Terrace campus)

All Welcome – FREE admission

RSVPs required for seating and catering by Thursday 16 August to anne.jurisevic@adelaide.edu.au</>

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