Community of Practice
The ECSN Program is proud to facilitate both Statewide and Regional Community of Practice events for workers associated with NDIS service providers within the disability/mental health sector. This is an opportunity for workers in the sector to come together for networking and professional development. Each event will include guest speakers with expertise in an area related to caring for Participants with complex support needs, to share their perspectives on relevant case scenarios and answer questions.
NORTH WEST | Tuesday 14th September| 2pm – 4pm | Devonport Surf Life Saving Club
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Upcoming Training Modules
The ECSN Program is rolling out a series of online training modules based on evidence-based, best-practice research relevant to workers in the disability support sector to improve sector capacity, capability and confidence. All online training is FREE and LIVE via Zoom, before being uploaded to our resource hub after completion. See below for upcoming sessions.
In this module we will look at the housing options in Tasmania for NDIS Participants, including mainstream and disability supported housing.
You will learn:
– insight into the current housing climate in Tasmania
– eligibility and the referral pathway for mainstream /social housing
– referral pathways for accessing disability supported housing
– the different types of disability supported housing
– and discuss solutions to complex case scenarios
Professional Boundaries Training
We are excited to announce that we have invited Amovita Consulting to facilitate FREE training in Professional Boundaries in a Statewide event in Campbell Town! In this training you will learn about the importance of professional boundaries and how to implement them, to ensure a healthy work-life balance.
If you are interested in attending but the event is sold out, please email us at ECSNreferrals@richmondtas.com.au and we will put you on a wait list.
Knowing Your Prison: How to best support an NDIS Participant in Prison
The Exceptionally Complex Support Needs Program is excited to be hosting a face-to-face workshop about the Tasmanian Prison Service! The day will include guest speakers talking about their role within the TPS and how it interacts with the NDIS.
Morning tea provided at 9.30am for a 10.00am event start. Lunch also provided. Event finish at 3.00pm.
Understanding the Justice System
This module will focus on the Tasmanian Justice system including the Courts, Prison Services, Community Corrections, Health Supports and Services, and how this interacts with an offender’s NDIS plan.
You will learn:
- How to best support your client entering or exiting prison
- More about the role of the Justice Liaison Officer
- What happens to an NDIS plan when the Participant is in Prison?
- What victim support services are available?
Supported Decision Making
This module will be providing an overview of Supported Decision Making. This will include exploring the theoretical concepts that underpin the Supported Decision Making approach and how it could be implemented into practice.