Understanding and making the most of your NDIS plan - Yamba
Date: Saturday 10th June
Time: 10am - 3pm
Venue: The Old Kirk (Yamba Museum), River Street x Queen Street, Yamba NSW
Price: $295 (Workshop costs can be redeemed via NDIS funds with your invoice)
Presenter: Laura Daley from Disability Answers and Chair of Coffs Coast Autism
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Does the NDIS make your head hurt? Do you have a plan for yourself or your child, and don’t feel like you really understand what you can spend your funds on?
Come along to this workshop, bring your plan, and get all your questions answered!
This workshop will help participants and carers understand their plan, how they can spend their funds, and how to look after themselves on the journey that is living with a disability. This workshop is practical, so bring along a copy of your plan, your smart phone (so we can show you how to do things on the NDIS app) and your sense of humour, and we will spoil you for the day while you get to mingle and connect with other people on a similar journey to you.
Please note, spaces are limited, so register now. Further workshops will be planned based on identified need – reach out if you have a query you’d like us to run a workshop on!
Lunch is sponsored by Laura’s Beach Cottage & Studio and will include barista coffee, ploughman’s lunch and scrumptious sweets (Check us out on Insta @Laurasawtellbeachcottage)
Laura Daley is an innovator, disability advocate and change maker. She is the mum to two beautiful boys on the spectrum who are approaching their teens. Laura has a non-visible disability, as she lives with an autoimmune condition. One of Laura’s proudest achievements is helping launch the Coffs Harbour Aspect School when her children were little.
Laura has professional qualifications in Law, Communication and Mediation, and has worked across many sectors of Government. She views it as a privilege to use her skills, connections and good humour to work with and support people during hard times. Laura does pro bono work as a member of the NSW Disability Advocacy Committee, and as Chair of Coffs Coast Autism.
Laura always has a wish list of projects she is working towards, from an inclusive film school in Coffs Harbour, to targeted disability employment program across all sectors of government. Laura is a big thinker and won’t take ‘no’ for an answer. Laura’s business, Disability Answers supports individuals, carers and businesses navigate the NDIS, by providing Carer Workshops, Advocacy and Lobbying of Government.