Kathy Rees Gitana Consulting & Training Services - Ensuring Decision-Making Power by Recognising People with Disability as Proactive and Contributing Members of Society
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Kathy Rees, Director, Gitana Consulting & Training Services delivered this presentation at the 5th Annual National Disability Summit 2014. Examining the theme of “Ensuring Sustainable & Successful......

Kathy Rees, Director, Gitana Consulting & Training Services delivered this presentation at the 5th Annual National Disability Summit 2014. Examining the theme of “Ensuring Sustainable & Successful Disability Reform through the NDIS”, I am proud to present a diverse program showcasing insights and case studies from individuals across the entire Disability Sector to give a realistic and insightful overview of the NDIS rollout to date, and recommendations for moving forward successfully

For more information, please visit https://www.communitycareconferences.com.au/nationaldisabilitysummit14

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  • 1. Considera*ons  for  the  NDIS…   Presented  by  Kathy  Rees,  Gitana  Consul*ng  &  Training  Services  
  • 2. •  Taking  control  &  making  personalised   decisions     •  Role  of  ‘calculated  risk  taker  &  innovator’  (Duffy   2013)    compared  to  professional  assump*ons   about  competence   •  Implica*ons  for  marginalised  people   Kathy  Rees  -­‐  Na*onal  Disability  Summit  -­‐   18.3.2014    
  • 3. • Personalized  &  tailored  focus   • The  role  of  local  people  &  networks   • The  role  of  key  supporters  &   champions   • Acknowledging  the  competent  &   effec*ve  contribu*ons  of  people   with  disabili*es   Kathy  Rees  -­‐  Na*onal  Disability  Summit  -­‐  18.3.2014    
  • 4. • Reasons  for  using  local  resources   • What  is  needed  to  facilitate  this   approach   • Adap*ng  to  changing  need   Kathy  Rees  -­‐  Na*onal  Disability  Summit  -­‐  18.3.2014    
  • 5. • The  impact  of  genuine  decision-­‐ making  processes   • The  significance  of  posi*ve,  prac*cal,   professional  yet  non-­‐intrusive   support   Kathy  Rees  -­‐  Na*onal  Disability  Summit  -­‐  18.3.2014    
  • 6. • Current  approaches   • Using  under-­‐u*lized  approaches   • Links  with  mainstream  community   services   Kathy  Rees  -­‐  Na*onal  Disability  Summit  -­‐  18.3.2014    
  • 7. Kathy  Rees  -­‐  Na*onal  Disability  Summit  -­‐   18.3.2014     Acknowledgement       Equity  with  decision-­‐ making   Building  confidence   External  supporters   Successful  decision-­‐ making  power  of  people   with  disabili8es