NDIS Carers Online is also an online space that aims to provide information, resources, links, webinars, podcasts and more for carers that may not be able to attend face to face education NDIS sessions. The content is managed by Carers Victoria for carers of people transitioning to the NDIS and implementing the NDIS plan. The information is broken down into themes from Intro to NDIS, Accessing the NDIS, pre-planning and to Managing the NDIS. By breaking down the NDIS journey into modules, carers can opt into content that is most relevant to them at their stage and access at a time that is best for them.
Whether you're looking for some advice as a new carer or trying to navigate the NDIS, you'll find all you need to know in our resources section.
Carers Victoria offers carer workshops and educational programs to help you enhance your knowledge about how to best support your own health and wellbeing, and that of the person you are caring for. Through our Education Service you will be able to explore the impact of caring on your emotional and physical health. You will also gain practical advice on how to navigate the health and community sector. This guide contains an overview of the different information sessions, workshops and programs available to carers and Carer Support Groups from a diverse range of situations and communities.
Our online leaning modules cover a range of topics including:
- NDIS Snapshots for Carers
- My Daily Dose: Self Care for Carers
- NDIS Carers Online
- Supporting Young LGBTI Carers
- Planning in a Changing Environment
- Give me a Break
- Supporting your Ageing Parent
- Communicating with Professionals
- Voting is for everyone
A collection of Australian and International peer support resources which cover group dynamics, managing communication and conflict, group membership and tips on running successful support group meetings.
Find out about some of the supports and entitlements available to carers.
Information and resources for taking steps and getting back into the workforce and volunteering.
Information on sharing the care with other family members.
Information on Dementia, diagnosis, residential care and coping strategies.
Find out about advocacy, rights and dealing with conflict in the health field.
Practical information on caring planning, legal matters, and change of circumstances.
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What is caring and what are the experiences that are involved in having a caring role?
Services and support directory.