NDIS has started rolling out in NSW and I'm Okay gets relaunched
PDCN E-Bulletin #106
July 2016
Hello <<First Name>>!

It's been a busy month at PDCN as we prepare to start the next round of NDIS Ready Workshops right across NSW, starting in Newtown next Tuesday.

We've also been working on refreshing the content on our NDIS Resources page as the NDIS has begun rolling out in half of the state.

Furthermore, I'm Okay will be relaunching later this month with more tools to help you get emergency ready!

Thanks again for all your support,

- The PDCN Team

I'm Okay is relaunching and we want your feedback!
We've been hard at work refreshing the I'm Okay emergency readiness website, adding a bunch of new content and giving it a new home at imokay.org.au.

Now, we're looking for your help to provide feedback ahead its our relaunch later this month.
Complete the short survey here

Are you ready for the NDIS? Rollouts have started in NSW!

The NDIS has begun rolling out in the following locations. Make sure you're prepared and head to our NDIS Resource page below.

  • Central Coast
  • Hunter New England
  • Nepean Blue Mountains
  • Northern Sydney
  • South Western Sydney
  • Southern NSW
  • Western Sydney
If you living within the following locations, there will be an NDIS Ready Workshop near you. Follow the links in the article below to find out more.
  • Illawarra Sholhaven
  • Mid North Coast
  • Murrumbidgee
  • Northern NSW
  • South Eastern Sydney
  • Sydney
  • Western NSW
  • Far West
Go to our NDIS Resources pages

More NDIS Ready workshops dates have been annouced

  • Orange
    17th & 18th October
    Orange Ex-Services Club

  • Bathurst
    20th & 21st October
    Bathurst RSL Club Ltd
  • Kempsey
    27th & 28th October
    Kempsey Heights Grand United Bowling & Recreation Club Ltd

  • Lismore
    9th & 10th November
    Lismore Workers Club
Plus, there's still limited spaces left in Deniliquin on September 8 and 9 and Lidcombe on September 22 and 23!
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