SourceKids Expo Melbourne
Are you a (multiple ok):
1: Parent or family member of a child with a disability
2: Person with a disability
3: Allied health professional (Physio, Speech, OT, etc.)
4: Medical professional
5: Educator (or work in the education system)
6: Disability support organisation
7: Support worker
If you care for yourself or someone in your family with a disability, how do you coordinate care?
By myself (phone, emails, etc.)
I get help from family and friends.
I pay for a service to help me.
I use other apps to help me.
If you provide services or support to people with a disability and their families, do you communicate with the other members of their team (eg. other therapists, support workers, educators, family members).
I don’t need to provide this.
I’d like to (or do more), but I don’t have the tools or time.
I do when an in person meeting has been organised (eg. IFSP meeting).
I regularly communicate with the whole team via email / phone
I use an app / service for this - add “which one”.
For Melbourne SourceKids attendees, sameview is going to run two (separate) 8 week online communities where: - families can work together to organise and get in control of their care coordination. - providers can work together to solve the challenges professionals are facing in providing quality family centred care in the NDIS ecosystem. Would you like us to reserve a spot for you to be a part of this?
Notes: - Discussions will all be held online via weekly live group broadcasts - most likely in the early evening to suit people’s availability. - There is no cost associated with these communities. - There is no pressure or obligation to participate, our aim is to build a friendly, supportive and welcoming environment. - While we will discuss the sameview platform, we promise that there will be no selling or marketing of other products and services.
What is one thing you would like sameview could do to solve the hardest part about care coordination for you (whether you are a family or provider)?