NDIS roll out dates- are you and your workplace ready?

If you work in the Hunter/New England region, Western Sydney, North Sydney, South Western Sydney, Southern NSW or on the Central Coast you have just months to get prepared for the live NDIS roll out in July 2016!

Non government disability organisations in the ACT and Nepean/Blue Mountains have already commenced the transition to the scheme. Eligible people with a disability have been invited to their planning and commencement of the scheme according to their age groups, with total engagement scheduled for the end of 2016. 

Make sure you have all the information so you can be a part of the change and ensure the NDIS is the best it can be- invite us to your next meeting to learn more...

The ASU has a dedicated NDIS project officer who can be booked to attend your team meeting or union meeting.

Amanda Carr can provide information about the importance of balancing worker’s rights with greater choice and control for people purchasing services. There are important issues to be addressed if we want to see the NDIS be the best it can be and your voice matters.

Email today to book your session- places are limited for the remainder of the year and are filling fast- we are already taking bookings from February 2016.

Do you work in the ACT or the Blue Mountains/Nepean and have some feedback about what is working and what isn't?  Send us your comments via email and consider submitting a 'member's view' article for the next Advocate!


Delivering the best NDIS

Have you and your colleagues signed onto the ASU NDIS campaign yet? With input from thousands of members from workplaces across Australia your Union has identified 4 core principles which are essential for our sector to deliver the highest quality services into the future.

You can endorse the campaign principles at your next union meeting and attend a launch in your area. We are scheduling campaign launches across NSW and the ACT over the next twelve months- members will be invited to their local area launch once a date is set.

To register your interest and to receive your free campaign pack email Amanda today!

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