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Support Coordination Network Roundtables

Support Coordination Network Roundtables are being held across Tasmania to share the latest information, strategies and good practice to operate successfully in the NDIS environment.

Royal Commission Update and Governing for new Quality and Safeguards

This webinar for Board's and CEO's will provide a Royal Commission update and focus on Boards governing for the new quality and safeguards requirements and for the COVID normal environment.
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Online Event

Health and Safety Representatives Community of Practice

NDS, in partnership with WorkSafe Victoria, is commencing a Community of Practice for Health and Safety Representatives at disability service organisations.

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Sector Meeting

Victoria SIL Community of Practice

NDS is commencing a SIL Community of Practice with the first meeting scheduled for 3 September. SIL providers are welcome to attend to discuss issues relating to infection control and business continuity,...

NDS Safer and Stronger Webinar: COVID-19 and Disability Services

NDS invites Victorian disability service providers to attend the next NDS Safer and Stronger webinar in the series on responding to COVID-19.

Managing Wellbeing and Fatigue in Disability Services

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Location: Victoria (Online)
Date: 27/11/2020
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Good mental health and wellbeing are critical for staff productivity. However, the stress of COVID-19 and the resulting lockdowns have compromised people’s sense of wellbeing and increased a sense of fatigue.

Join us for this webinar where we will seek to understand more about how wellbeing and fatigue in disability service organisations can be managed.

Event Details

Date: Friday, 27 November
Time: 11:00am
Location: Online Zoom Webinar

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Louise Currie, Project Lead ‑ Safer and Stronger Project, 0439 596 023,