New Look Program For CMHA 3rd National NDIS and Mental Health Conference

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New Look Program For CMHA 3rd National NDIS and Mental Health Conference

We are only two weeks away from our 3rd CMHA National NDIS & Mental Health Conference, presented this year online and our revised new look program is live.

Speakers include Productivity Commission Commissioner Dr Stephen King who will update us on the Productivity Commission review in to Mental Health and Gerry Naughtin, NDIS Special Advisor, NDIS Independent Advisory Council. You will also hear from Christine Morgan, CEO of the National Mental Health Commission and National Suicide Prevention Adviser to Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Hon Stephen Wade, South Australia’s Minister for Health and Wellbeing.

We will also have a special message from The Hon Stuart Robert MP Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and South Australia’s Chief Psychiatrist Dr John Brayley.

Our new look program has sessions on the NDIS in a pandemic world, a look at safety and care for NDIS recipients living with psychosocial disability and a discussion on proposed changes to Individual Assessments.

Check out our program here.

Key notes will be from Professor Mike Slade and Dr Louise Byrne and you can read more about them here.

With our streams of Innovation, Interface, Human Rights and Lived Experience locked in you can see a diverse range of discussions.

There is something in the program for everyone from consumer, carer, policy advisors, maker, service designer or funder. This conference will define the future of NDIS and psychosocial services and must not be missed.

Our registrations are open until February 4, 2021. To register click here.

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