Resources for carers in NSW

This page contains resources on the NDIS that Carers NSW has developed especially for people caring for a family member or friend with disability.

This page was last updated on 5 September 2017.

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Workshops

As the peak organisation for carers in NSW, we want to help carers get the best outcomes possible from the NDIS for themselves and the people they care for.

Carers and the NDIS is a two part workshop being rolled out across NSW throughout 2017.

  • Part 1:  An introduction to the NDIS
  • Part 2: Your role as a carer in the NDIS. This part includes working within a supported decision making framework.

Click here to browse workshop dates and locations or register online here

Click on the links below for a list of dates in specific regions:

Greater Sydney
Mid North Coast
Northern NSW
Western NSW
Far West
Illawarra and Shoalhaven
Southern NSW
Murrumbidgee

For more information, please contact the Carers NSW Education & Training Team at education@carersnsw.org.au or on (02) 9280 4744.

NDIS checklist

Carers NSW encourages carers of people with disability in NSW to complete our NDIS checklist when preparing for an NDIS planning conversation. It aims to help carers explain the support they provide, and any support they need as carers.

For more information, please contact the Carers NSW Policy Team at policy@carersnsw.org.au or on (02) 9280 4744.

Carers Australia resources

Our national body, Carers Australia, has also developed a number of resources for carers.

Visit www.carersaustralia.com.au/ndis-and-carers for more information.

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