NDIS Registered provider of supports to people with Disability. SEE Foundation is an NDIS Registered provider of supports to people with Disability.
SEE specialises in providing Assistance to Access Community, Social and Recreational Activities. SEE also provides Coordination of Supports.
To those of you celebrating today Happy Eid-al-Fitr
🆓📝💻📚A suite of 21 fee-free TAFE NSW short courses are available online to assist anyone across the State who wants to upskill during the COVID-19 pandemic, following an announcement from the NSW Government today.
The 21 short courses include:
– eMarketing for Small Business;
– Engaging Customers Using Social Media;
– Writing and Presentation Skills;
– Computing Skills;
– Team Leader Skill Set; and
– Administration Skills for Team Leaders.
More information, including a full list of courses, is available at https://www.tafensw.edu.au/ or by calling 131 601.
Read through carefully with regards to the gathering and movement of people in public at the moment.
SEE Foundation has some exciting new directions and services coming soon. WATCH THIS SPACE.
#AutismsupportforWesternSydney #AutismTherapiesNOW #ChildrensSupport
seek.com.au Community Support Workers - Disability - Casual positions available
Great group for finding places to eat and things to do >>> Eat Drink Play Love Western Sydney 😊😊
Supports during the holidays NOTICE.
With the Exception of a few essential supports SEE Foundations Day program service will
**close for the Holidays**
We close **3pm Friday 20 December 2019** &
Re-open **9am Monday 20 January 2020**.
If you're interested in Joining SEE Foundations ONE-OF-A-KIND Day Program in 2020 please call us and leave a message on 02 47 211 966 and our intake coordinator will call you back..
One woman changed his life, against all odds. Hear the powerful story of a man’s journey through the world's expectations.
kiis1065.com.au An urgent warning has been issued to Commonwealth Bank customers after an email scam hit thousands of inboxes. The scam, which always contains the term ‘CommBank’ was detected last week by anti-virus company Mailguard. The email asks customers to verify recent transactions on their card, however...
An interesting show for those interested.
themighty.com “I think it’s really bizarre people think people with autism can’t love."
Sensitive Santa is back at Penrith Westfield. Bookings can be made through the link. This is an amazing experience with some of our clients already experiencing the Magic that Time, Patience, understanding and Santa can bring.
westfield.com.au Santa is setting aside some time to create a sensory-friendly environment, so that families can have their photo with Santa in a relaxed environment. Book now.
Councillor Lara Symkowiak
Disability groups, please share!
I’m so proud our new fully accessible amenities building is now open at Curry Reserve Water Play Park.
Our vision for this park was that it be a place where everyone, no matter what age or ability, could relax, have fun & feel included in their community.
$970,000 was invested into the new amenities which includes:
• wheelchair-accessible toilet, shower & change facilities with space for two carers to support a person with a disability
• electric adult hoist
• adjustable adult change table;
• large unisex toilets
• large family changerooms
• wet wheelchairs & storage
Also, due to the park’s popularity last season, council has invested an additional $350,000 to provide:
• Extra shade structures;
• Additional picnic shelters;
• Additional seating;
• Additional BBQ facilities;
• Additional pathways; &
• Landscaping including additional trees
For details on how to apply for a MLAK key to access the wet wheelchairs & change room, please visit:
The Oran Park Splash Park is due to open in January 2020.
NDIS National Disability Insurance Scheme
The Choose Art directory is here!
The accessible arts directory is making it easy for people with a disability to find accessible arts programmes, opportunities, and events around the country. 🎨
Check it out here 👉 https://chooseart.com.au/
Choose Art Arts Access Victoria
Lots of plasters delivered for our clients to paint.🖌🎨
Our ever growing Artastic 'Art Enrichment' program is always seeing new additions for the clients to experience. Next is Solid Shampoo making 🤩
To join in our art program contact us on
Phone; 02 4721 1966
Or email; [email protected]
Happy Fathers Day
to all the
Dad's, Grandads, StepDads and Carers. And single mums doing it all 😍
Any movement from the top is good movement for all people with disability struggling with the scheme
theaustralian.com.au Scott Morrison has moved to cut red tape and waiting times plaguing the National Disability Insurance Scheme with a new review of the landmark social programs rules.
seek.com.au Community Support Workers - Disability - Casual positions available
We’re excited to announce that our Life Skills program has places for new participants! 🎉
We are a NDIS registered provider to all people with disability and are a specialist provider to people with complex and multiple disabilities.
We have a purpose built premise (unlike other programs often run out of unsuitable converted houses) giving participants the opportunity to socialise and learn important life skills in a large, open and purpose built setting.
Contact us for a tour today to secure your placement
Phone: 02 4721 1966
Be careful everyone as once again there is another email and banking scam!
finance.nine.com.au Customers of one of Australia’s big four banks have once again been targeted by online scammers hoping to s...
Well put together account on the realities of what it is like dealing with the NDIS.
We truly hold our hopes for a better NDIS.
It's Minds in Tune's 20th episode, so tonight, we're going deep into the issues facing Australia's National Disability Insurance Scheme. Bungled plans, poor ...
The Growing Space
This is a somewhat useful update for Agency managed participants, and horribly confusing for plan and self managed participants.
Your funding pie chart and list of support categories and budgets in the MyPlace portal has changed a little online. There is now an extra column. Here is a list of the four columns and what they mean.
1. Approved funds - this means all the money assigned to your NDIS plan at the beginning of the plan, and includes stated supports and stuff that needs quote, but only after the quotes have been accepted.
2. Spent funds - these amount are what have already been actually claimed and paid out of your plan during the current plan.
3. Available Funds: This is what's left in your plan and has not been actually set aside through service bookings, nor claimed. For Self Managers, this will always be $0 because Self managed support budgets don't have service bookings.
4. Allocated Funds: For Plan and Agency managed peeps, these are the amounts already locked into service bookings, but not the amounts that have been paid out (you can change service bookings). For Self Managers, this is actually your funds balance.
So really, I think that "Available funds" are basically your plan dollars that are not yet in service bookings for Agency Managed clients. Which might be useful.
They still haven't included a slider that shows where you are in the lifespan of the plan, so the other sliders are pretty useless (unless you get periodic transport payment, in which case you can use that as your "measure").
I wonder what's next? Wouldn't it be great if the NDIA shared a list of upcoming changes and "improvements"?
pic desc: the funding "pie chart" from the MyPlace portal "My Support Budget" page, showing a new "piece of pie" with allocated funds and available funds listed.
You're welcome to share this with credit to The Growing Space (copyright 2019) and no edits. It's very boring though.
CEO of the NDIA, Robert De Luca, has resigned.
This info from the Minister for Families & Social Services, Paul Fletcher MP…
uniting.org Uniting has been contracted by the National Disability Insurance Agency to deliver Partners in the Community Program – Local Area Coordination Services to assist people with disability, their families and carers to achieve tangible outcomes, exercise choice and control and engage with the NDIS. In...
Blue Mountains Food Services
Doing good is good for you!
Volunteers enable our aged and disability clients living in the community to enjoy meaningful, connected and engaged lives. 👫🏞
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Celia (Volunteer Coordinator) by email [email protected] or phone 4759 2811 ☎️
Blue Mountains Food Services
Fascinating morning talking about our services at the new Mid-Mountains Men's Shed in Hazelbrook! 👴🧔👷♂️🔨
Please get in touch if you would like us to come and speak at your event/group! ☎️ 4759 2811 ☎️
[03/07/19] Happy International Womens Day to those living with disability. You are amazing!.
Be aware of these scams and do not open attachments sent to you unless you are 100% sure of its validity.
You can easily call your provider to confirm.
9news.com.au Warning over Optus email scam hitting inboxes across the country
I quote from the report "the NDIS has not delivered on its promise – rather it has delivered less choice and control, a reduced quality of care, more confusion and less transparency"
We all know this at the ground level and hope that the 23 recommendations are taken up by government, quality and safeguard commission and the agency to improve the lives of people with disability - as was the original intent of the scheme.
The Upper House Portfolio Committee No.2 has presented its report for the inquiry into the Implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the provision of disability services in New South Wales.
Read the report here: http://bit.ly/2RAWTyb
The report calls for action to address the challenges of the Scheme’s implementation in the state and to provide greater clarity and certainty for people with disability seeking support outside of the NDIS.
The committee made two findings and 23 recommendations to the NSW Government either for direct action or for pursuit of issues through its role on the Council of Australian Governments Disability Reform Council.
Art Enrichment class day 7
Art Enrichment class day 5
SEE Foundation is an NDIS Registered provider of supports to people with Disability in the Nepean, Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains Region.
We provide Centre Based, Community Access and Skills Building programs in one to one and Group settings to people of All Abilities as well as Support Coordination and assistance to help people understand the NDIS and navigate and utilise NDIS plans.
SEE Foundation have fully accessible facilities conveniently located in the activity hub of Penrith.
Our address is: Unit 3 Number 69 York Road (Entrance off Batt Street - in the Abcoe Centre) Jamisontown, 2750
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IDAS provides advocacy, information and referral services primarily in Western Sydney, with some outreach to other areas.