Looking to grow your NDIS workforce with an Allied Health Assistant? Wanting to start the implementation process but need guidance or models of good practice you can follow?

Join us for this online forum to:

  • Learn about the critical role of Allied Health Assistants in supporting your service delivery and the benefits to your organisation.
  • Access the tools, frameworks and information to start your recruitment and implement your Allied Health Assistants.
  • Hear from experiences, success stories and models of good practice to help build your NDIS workforce for the future!

Community Service Industry Alliance (CSIA) and Allied Health Assistants Network Australia (AHANA) will lead this national online event to help you learn about:

  • Practical resources and frameworks to grow the role of an Allied Health Assistant
  • Models of good practice you can follow
  • Regional and remote approaches across Australia
  • Valuable networks to be a part of for continued role support

In this Forum, presentations will be given by:

  • Allied Health subject matter specialist Chantelle Robards and
  • Senior Lecturer for the Faculty of Health and Medicine at University of Sydney and Workforce Stream Leader for the Centre for Disability Research and Policy Dr Kim Bulkeley.

Hear from a national panel of Allied Health Assistants and Professionals who will share their stories and experiences and answer your questions that you need to know to grow this role into your business.

Allied Health services are fast growing within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Allied Health roles are some of the most in-demand occupations in health and community services. With the help of an Allied Health Assistant, you can strengthen your business and reach, while future proofing your NDIS workforce.

This online event welcomes organisations from across Australia to attend.

Come along if you are:

  • NDIS service provider or sole trader
  • organisations delivering disability services
  • people looking to enter the NDIS market.
  • an allied health professional or manager wanting to learn more
  • an RTO, university or school looking to support your students
  • an allied health assistant looking to join a valuable network and conversation

Be part of a national conversation to help grow this important role!