One2One June Updates

Find out about interesting online resources and events happening in Perth this month.

One2One Quality Evaluation Report

One2One has received the final QE report carried out by an independent evaluator for the Department of Communities, and we are very proud of the outcome.   

“One2One presented as an organisation that is managed and provided to a very high standard, based on evidence from all sources. Long-established quality themes including person centeredness, social inclusion, and high expectations are exemplified by this organisation. It is therefore particularly well placed as it moves into the NDIS environment, as these themes (among others, such as choice and control) are already fully embedded in its culture and practices.”

As well as the extremely positive findings of the independent evaluator, the report captures many positive comments from consumers and families we support and we are extremely grateful for their responses. Individual contributions and quality service delivery are considered forefront in our efforts as a quality service provider.

NDIS in WA Update May 2018

Click here for the latest local update from the WA NDIS Engagement Team, the update includes:

  • WA Transfer Process Update
  • WA Assistive Technology Process Update
  • Measuring Participant Outcomes and Progress Reporting
  • Supported Independent Living Provider Pack
  • Upcoming Events with NDIA

Please note the following regarding transitioning to the NDIS:

  • The NDIA is currently investigating an issue in relation to the distribution of automated letters to WA NDIS participants.
  • The letter incorrectly states that WA NDIS participants will have to make an access request.
  • If individuals have WA NDIS plans, they can simply disregard the letter and do not have to make an access request.
  • People with WA NDIS plans will be contacted by the NDIA to arrange a meeting to discuss transferring to the NDIA. They will be asked how they would like to have the transfer meeting, who they would like to attend the meeting and where to have the meeting.
  • Individuals who have a WA NDIS plan and their providers can prepare for the transfer meeting by having information about the nature, duration and days when supports are provided available to share with the NDIA.
  • If someone is living outside of a WA NDIS area and is receiving specialist disability supports from the WA or Commonwealth governments, they have correctly received the automated letter and should pay attention to its contents.
  • Individuals receiving regular state services will begin transitioning into the national NDIS Scheme from July 1 via a geographic roll out approach.

Developmental Disability WA June Newsletter

Click here for DDWA’s full June Newsletter, which includes:

  • Telethon Kids Institute: Down Syndrome Study
  • Backing up your NDIS claim – Diary to download
  • Changing Places
  • Survey on Mainstream Schools
  • My Time now in Subiaco
  • What’s On – Upcoming Events

Development Program Opportunity – Autism – Inside Out

Autism – From the inside out is a development program for people across Human Services who are:

  • Interested in really understanding autism from people who have a lived experience
  • Curious about practices that support people to be themselves
  • Interested in promoting self-direction and decision making for all people including people considered to be on the autistic spectrum
  • Willing to develop new ways of working in partnership with people and families

4 Sessions – easy access interactive zoom webinars. Check out their flyer for full details.

WAAMH eNews June

In WA Association for Mental Health June edition you will find:

  • Advocacy & Representation – Free Consumer, Carer & Family member event – ‘Many Voices, Big Impact: The Mental Health Review & Making Your Voice Heard’
  • Sector Development – WAAMH’s Youth Services Integration Project
  • Mental Health Promotion – Survey on medication side effects
  • WAAMH Training Courses

WA Golf Foundation presents – Ready Steady Golf

Inclusive programs heavily subsidised for all abilities, available at a very low cost of $55 for five weekly sessions. Click here to find out how to enroll or call Mark Tibbles on 0413 824 477. 

Situated at The Vines Resort & Country Club in Perth’s beautiful Swan Valley, Ready Steady Golf provides a pathway for children and adults with special needs. Classes coincide with each school term and are conducted by MTI Golf Academy, winner of the 2015 WA Golf Industry Council’s Outstanding Game Development Award. Participants will learn golf skills in a fun, friendly and supportive environment. In addition the program aims to help build confidence and friendships by providing healthy interaction.

Term 3 2018 Term Schedule – Commencing July 2018

Ready Golf / Steady Golf – All welcome from Monday 16 July 11am to 12pm
Ready Golf / Steady Golf – All welcome from Tuesday 17 July 11am to 12pm
Ready Golf / Steady Golf – All welcome from Thursday 19 July 11am to 12pm
Ready Golf / Steady Golf – All welcome from Friday 20 July 11am to 12pm
Ready Golf / Steady Golf – All welcome from Saturday 21 July 8.45am to 9.45am
Ready Golf / Steady Golf – For Children from Saturday 21 July 10am to 11.00am
Ready Golf – For Children from Saturday 28 July 10am to 11am

Midweek programs run for 5 consecutive weeks – cost $55 per term
Saturday programs run fortnightly (4 sessions) – cost $44 per term

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