Being strong and resilient in difficult meetings and discussions with education, health, disability and other service providers
About this Event
FAMILY ADVOCACY Being strong and resilient in difficult meetings and discussions with health, disability and other service providers
EDUCATION ADVOCACY How to negotiate for your child with schools
If you go to meetings or appointments to stand up for your child, friend or relative with disability and feel intimidated, anxious, outnumbered, powerless or not heard by professionals, then there are some simple strategies you can use to achieve good outcomes.
If you would like to feel comfortable and confident going to meetings and know that you’re going to be heard and that there will be fair outcomes, then this session is for you!
We will explore the attitudes and strategies we need, to stand up for someone without getting worn down and frustrated ourselves.
Our team brings wide experience in the areas of Health, Guardianship, Education and NDIS advocacy.
Maxine Drake – Experienced health, guardianship and education specialist senior advocate with a strong background in protecting people’s human rights.
Leticia Grant – Advocate with extensive NDIS, health, disability and school systems navigation expertise and lived experience of parenting a child with complex needs.
These workshops have been brought to you by the South West Autism Network Inc (SWAN)as part of their Information, Linkages & Capacity building (ILC) project.
For more information about SWAN contact Nick or Holly on 0499 819 038
Cost: FREE includes a big Morning tea
Supported by the South West Autism Network.
Who is this event for? Parents & family.