Caboolture Peer Support Group focuses on the NDIS
The Caboolture Peer Support Group have had a focus on the National Disability Insurance Scheme and disability services in the Caboolture community. Matt McCracken, Group Convenor has been facilitating these important conversations and has invited Max Wise, Assistant Director-General, Disability and Seniors Connect, from Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships to their September meeting to talk about state disability activities and to hear from members about their experiences in the community.
To build on this important topic the Caboolture Peer Support Group welcomed speakers Jocelyn Wills - General Manager and Lee-Anne Simpson – Regional Manager Northern Region, from Carers Queensland LAC, and Mark Edmonds - Assistant Director - Operations East Community Engagement and Communications NDIA Community Engagement, who shared information about LAC/NDIA activities in the Caboolture community and to hear directly from people with disability in the community about their experiences.
People with disability in the Caboolture area are invited to join the group for their end of year celebration on Saturday 27 November at 11am. For more information go to Caboolture Peer Support Group - Queenslanders With Disability Network (qdn.org.au)
Peer Support Groups provide opportunities for people with disability to connect with their community, share experiences and to learn new information about topics that are important to them. To find out more about being part of a Peer Support Group go to Peer Support Groups - Queenslanders With Disability Network (qdn.org.au) or email firstname.lastname@example.org