Join the live, online information session at 3pm AEST June 3. Registration is free and will remain open until May 25.
COVID-19, and the measures taken to keep us safe from the virus, have had a huge impact on the lives of people with disability and people involved in the arts sector.
The NDIA (National Disability Insurance Agency) has been watching these developments closely and have made adjustments to the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) to meet evolving needs.
Arts Access Australia and the NDIA have joined forces to bring you a free, live, online information session for anyone with an existing or pending NDIS plan (or anyone thinking of applying for the scheme), with a particular focus on issues relevant to the arts.
The session will begin with a live presentation from NDIA Community Engagement Officer Tracie-Lee Little, covering the latest news and how to adjust your plan to suit you. The presentation will be followed with a Q&A for participants who would like more information.
The session will take place at 3pm AEST on June 3 via zoom.
Registration will remain open until end of day, May 25.
If you would like to attend the session, please fill out the form below, and a link to the zoom meeting will be emailed to you shortly.