Manawanui Incharge is running an exciting one-day symposium for providers and industry professionals in November. The symposium aims to answer the question: Why supports need to be self-directed and how can organisations achieve this?
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This is a wonderful opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the importance of individualising services and hear from organisations who are changing the way they do things.
International guest speaker Kate Fulton will be presenting at he symposium. Kate is a leading practitioner in self-directed support and a Fellow of the Centre for Welfare Reform. She has led some of the first UK self-directed trials and more recently worked in Australia alongside the National Disability Agency to support Providers to respond to self-directed support. Three other New Zealand-based Providers will also share their experiences of individualizing their services.
As well as featuring an exciting line-up of local and international speakers, the symposium will also offer plenty of opportunities for networking and learning.
For more information about this event, please visit: http://www.incharge.org.nz/manawanui-symposium/
When: Wednesday 15 November 2017
Where: AUT Millennium High Performance Sports, 17 Antares Place, Albany, Auckland
Cost: $250 Early Bird price till Fri 20 October 2017, $300 from 21 October 2017
Registrations: You can register for the symposium here: http://www.incharge.org.nz/manawanui-symposium/