Skill Development and the NDIS

How to get the most out of your NDIS funding and develop your skills

Connecting with support professionals with shared interest & skills is a great way to build confidence socially, and help improve relationship building skills. A support worker providing one on one social support is strongly encouraged by the NDIA.

Social Support is actively engaging the participant who in turn is learning new skills.

We’ve written a resource to help individuals navigate what skills they can receive, best practices to claim and how to set your goals for the future. 

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