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FREE ONLINE EVENT - 17th November 2021

Autism and the NDIS – practical tips helping you navigate the NDIS

Details: Wednesday 17th November  7pm-8pm

Are you wanting to get more information to understand how NDIS funds can be used for participants with Autism?

Hireup have brought together a panel of experts who work day in and day out with the NDIS, supporting participants with autism and their families. Learn practical tips about what you can use NDIS funding for and hear real life case studies of how the NDIS can work to best support autistic individuals and their needs.

This event will help you:

-Understand what NDIS funds can and can’t be used for when it comes to Autism

-Understand what kinds of supports can help participants with Autism achieve their goals

-Hear from clients who have redefined what good support means to them because of the NDIS

Our speakers are keen to answer your questions. Please send them prior to the event to: engagement@hireup.com.au

Nicole Hurley, Nicole is a Project Manager at Autism Awareness Australia, recently launching Autism: What Next? an online resource to help families and individuals in the first year after an autism diagnosis. Nicole has worked across leading technology, products, platforms, people and culture. She has two sons, one who is on the autism spectrum and is a passionate advocate for families and individuals with autism.

Barb Cook, Barb is a registered Developmental Educator (DE), Deputy Chair of the Developmental Educators Australia Incorporated (DEAI), and an Autism and Neurodiversity Employment Consultant and Life Coach for neurodivergent adults (ADHD, autism and dyslexia). Barb identifies as neurodivergent, being diagnosed mid-life with autism, ADHD and dyslexia in 2009, and promotes a strength-based and person-centred approach in her life and work.

Sally Coddington, Sally has been living in an NDIS world, both professionally and personally since the very beginning. First as a CEO of a service provider and, for the last six years, as a management consultant. One of her three daughters, Nicky, was an NDIS participant for four years before she died in 2018. Sally has been described as an NDIS Wonder Woman. She uses her super powers to support people and families to live their best lives starting with a great NDIS experience. Sally is a dynamic trainer and presenter who loves to unravel the complexity of the NDIS.

We look forward to seeing you there!