Navigating the NDIS – Autism Early Intervention

FREE Webinar via Zoom

Wednesday 12 June, 12.00 – 1.00 pm AEST

This talk is for parents/carers who are considering intensive early autism behavioural services (20+ hours a week) for their child. The talk will help you understand the steps involved in securing funding for these intensive services.

Shannon Eeles, Autism Partnership’s CEO, will share practical information and years of knowledge and experience so that you can better understand the NDIS process and advocate for your child’s needs. The talk will cover:

  • The pathway to funding for intensive services – Shannon will briefly touch on how to become an NDIS participant and the planning process.
  • It is very common that when families are considering more intensive services, they do not yet have the funding for these services. Shannon will talk in detail about what to do if your current plan is not enough to cover the cost of more intensive services, including how to request a review of your plan, how to navigate the appeals process and provide an overview of published appeals outcomes.
  • Opportunity to ask questions.

Who is this talk suitable for?

For parents or carers of children up to 6 years old looking for intensive behavioural services.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights on how to secure funding for the support and intervention your child needs.

Learn more about your speaker

Shannon Eeles

Shannon is Autism Partnership’s CEO. As well as leading the team,  Shannon provides daily support to families navigating the NDIS. She has worked with children with autism and their families for over 20 years. Her passion for working with children began while studying nursing science at university. A subsequent diagnosis of autism in the family triggered her journey to improving education quality and outcomes for autistic children. Shannon strongly believes that autistic children deserve the opportunity to learn the skills they need to define their own futures. Shannon also serves on the board of Autism Pathways, a peak body for behavioural intervention in Australia.

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About Autism Partnership

Autism Partnership has been supporting children and families for over 25 years. We believe that every child deserves a life of independence and opportunity. We provide autism-specific services, intervention and support to autistic children and their families. Autism Partnership is a not-for-profit organisation.

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