The Self-management Peer Support Group is a group for people with disability, run by people with disability who are self-managed, plan managed or are interested in self-managing their NDIS packages in the future. Group convenor David Conway and co-convener Nigel Webb hosts monthly meetings online via Zoom with group members joining from all over Queensland.

The Self-management Peer Support Group discusses topics such as tips and tricks for self-managing your NDIS package, starting out on your NDIS self-management journey, what to expect at planning meetings plus troubleshooting general NDIS concerns.

The group meet on the last Wednesday of the month online with Zoom.

Call QDN on 1300 363 783 or email to find out more about these meetings.

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Click here for the QDN calendar. Type ‘Peer Support Group’ in the search area to find upcoming group meeting dates and times \.

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“We’re all in this together so let’s just help each other.”

David Conway, Self-management Peer Support Group

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