Parents as Case Coordinators

5: Conflict Management

Conflict and anger are common reactions to difficult situations. They can be uncomfortable to experience and can stop you from achieving your goals. They can also produce devastating results and destroy both personal and professional relationships. In this topic we are going to explore ways for you to manage anger and conflict so that you …

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7: Self Care

Sadly, feeling run down, stressed, tense or anxious is an all too common feeling for many of us. In the last two topics you looked at ways to handle conflict, manage anger and solve problems. These techniques should help to alleviate some of the stress that you may be faced with. In this topic we’ll …

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8: Supporting Siblings

Learn about the effect of disability on siblings and learn how to manage sibling relationships within the family. When logged in, access the learning module by clicking “Supporting Siblings Learning Module” below.

9: Case Studies

When logged in, access the learning module by clicking “Case Studies Module” below.

10: Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs Explore some of the most common questions that parents and carers of children with disabilities seek to understand. When logged in, access the learning module by clicking “Frequently Asked Questions Module” below

4: My Support Network

As a parent or carer to a child with a disability it is critical that you understand the resources available to you and your family. You also need to know how to gather information and obtain and access the support you need. This topic will help you build sustainable networks as well as clearly identify …

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3: Goal Planning

Goals are things you want to achieve with support from the NDIS and other services. Your child’s goals might include becoming more independent, getting or keeping a job, learning new skills, enrolling in education or becoming more active in their community. This topic will help you set achievable goals which help move your child towards …

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The National Disability Insurance Scheme provides support to people with disability, their families and carers. The main component of the NDIS is individualised packages of support to eligible people with disability. As a parent or carer for a person requiring support, you need to understand and navigate the NDIS. In this topic we’ll look at …

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1: Introduction

Welcome to the Parents as Case Coordinators (PaCC) program. It has been developed to train and empower families and carers to become their child’s case managers. It will help you develop long-term case management skills and build informal, sustainable support networks. Throughout the course you will hear from a few people who, like you, have …

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