Mental health, my recovery and the NDIS
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Mental health, my recovery and the NDIS

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Title: Mental health, my recovery and the NDIS (Links to English resource)
Summary: This hub was 'co-designed' (created and built) with people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds with lived experience of mental health concerns, as well as their carers and other supporters. Two groups, one in Sydney and one in Melbourne worked on these resources over 18 months in 2019-2020. The groups wanted to share stories of people's experiences of the NDIS, make resources in plain English and other languages, and look at some of the barriers to getting support. These resources were made to help you along your NDIS journey. It also includes a workbook on how to navigate the NDIS and many videos of lived experiences.
Organisation: Reimagine: Mental Health my Recovery and the NDIS
Publishing date: December 2020
Last reviewed: November 2021
Target audience: General

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