Parents as Case Coordinators is a free online learning program for parents of children with a disability. It will help empower parents to manage their child and family’s journey as well as navigating the NDIS service network.  Parents will be able to grow in confidence and develop strong advocacy skills to support their child.

The modules in the program will provide parents with a toolkit to set goals for their child and family at various stages. This will then help them to prioritise the level and type of supports needed and from there to develop their child’s NDIS plan.  Modules can be undertaken individually, or as a full suite, depending on your needs.

Start our modules below to give your child the best possible support and enable them to reach their full potential!



1: Introduction

Introducing the Parents as Case Coordinators program including information on what is included and how to navigate.



Learn about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) including an overview of the scheme and how to access it.


3: Goal Planning

Explore the importance of setting achievable goals and provides support for parents on how to achieve them.


4: My Support Network

A good support network is important for children, parents and families. Learn how to make connections.


5: Conflict Management

Learn about different types of conflict as well as strategies to help manage conflict in productive ways.


6: Problem Solving and Self Advocacy

Understand the importance of problem solving and advocacy and strategies to support this.


7: Self Care

Learn the importance of self-care as well as activities and strategies to promote emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.


8: Supporting Siblings

Learn about the effect of disability on siblings and learn how to manage sibling relationships within the family.


9: Case Studies

Review a range of family stories to gain insights and strategies on journeys that may be similar to yours.


10: Frequently Asked Questions

Explore some of the most common questions that parents and carers of children with disabilities seek to understand.

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