Moreland and Hume NDIS information sessions

Information sessions for local people with a disability, their families and carers.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will be rolled out in Moreland and Hume from March 2018.

Moreland and Hume Councils are holding four free NDIS information sessions for local people with disability, parents and carers from June to September 2017.

The session covers:

  • What you need to know about the roll-out of the NDIS in your area.
  • Basics on the NDIS: what it is, who can benefit, what it funds and how it works.
  • Hear from people who have transitioned to the scheme.
  • Questions answered, both personal and technical.

Upcoming NDIS information sessions

Information sessions for local people with a disability, their families and carers.

Access information

Moreland City Council has a Hearing Loop, is wheelchair accessible and will automatically provide Auslan interpreting. Language interpreting is available by booking prior to the event.

Hume City Council offers a Hearing Loop, Auslan interpreting and other language by prior booking and is a wheelchair accessible venue.

More information

Information packs on the Victorian roll-out have been developed by the Federal Government. These resources include a range of factsheets and frequently asked questions on the NDIS and the Victorian roll out.

Information packs and more information on the Victorian roll-out are available on the NDIS website. Or call the NDIS hotline 1800 800 110.

See the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) page on the Council website.

Contact

Hume City Council
Andrew Tranter, Metro Access Project Officer
Phone: 9205 2200
Email: andrewtr@hume.vic.gov.au

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