Paid Workshop for Families & Friends — What Makes a Good NDIS Worker

Mental Health Families and Friends TAS

27 April 2021 11:00 am - 2:30 pm Australia/Hobart

Campbell Town Recreation Ground Complex

57 High Street Campbell Town


Mental Health Families and Friends and Mental Health Victoria are inviting family/carers of people with a psychosocial disability and a NDIS plan to come to a workshop and tell us what you think makes a good NDIS worker.

The workshop is on 27 April 2021 from 11.00am to 2.30pm.
• We will pay you for your time and travel costs.
• We will ask people that come to the workshop to talk about the important qualities, skills, knowledge and behaviours NDIS workers should have to do their job well.
• Mental Health Victoria will use this information to make a good practice guide for NDIS providers and workers and recommend training for NDIS workers across Australia.
• If you book to come to the workshop, we would like you to come for the full 3 hours. There will be a break and food and drinks at morning tea.

Why come to the workshop?  Some of the benefits are:                                           

• Having a say about things that affect you and your loved one                                                                                                           
• Sharing your point of view on how NDIS workers can support your loved one
• Being paid for your time.

Workshop details
When: Tuesday 27 April 2021, 11.00am to 2.30pm with tea, coffee and lunch
Where: Campbell Town Recreation Ground Complex, 57 High Street Campbell Town
Who: Family and friends of people who have a NDIS plan that includes psychosocial supports.
People that come to the workshop will need to feel okay to talk about their views in a group.

Paid time:
You will be paid $112.00 for your time at the workshop.
You will be paid your travel costs to come to the workshop. You will be paid $18.00 if you’re travelling by public transport from metropolitan Hobart. You will be paid whatever it costs you to travel from a regional or rural area – please let us know what this amount is before the workshop. You will be paid $0.44 cents per km if you are driving to the workshop.


Up to 12 people can come to the workshop. Please contact us by Friday 16th April 2021 to let us know if you would like to come.
Phone: 0437 983 943 or 6228 7448
Contact name and email:
Kate Bond, Advocacy Officer
Mental Health Families and Friends