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NDIS Provider Resources

If you are a provider, organisation, or self-managed NDIS Participant looking to build capacity and capability to deliver services to people living with neurological condition under the age of 65 years, these resources will help you get started.

Inclusive Football Model Toolkit

This toolkit was developed by ACH Group in partnership with Football SA, Flinders University and people living with a neurological condition as a product of the learnings from the Everybody’s Game project.

This project was selected as part of the Information, Linkages and Capacity Building – Social and Community Participation Initiative, which was funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

The purpose of this initiative was to increase community inclusion for people living with a neurological condition and their families through the design of an inclusive resource using a co-design model.

The toolkit provides details, strategies and resources for clubs and organisations to increase their capacity in supporting people living with diverse needs in sporting activities at their club.

A full manual with selected planning resources are also available for individual download.

The toolkit includes:

Resources and links

Accessible communication | Online Accessibility Toolkit

Accessible and inclusive content | Style Manual

Walking football videos

Active inclusion

Inclusive SA

Creating a dementia friendly community

National Disability Service

Peak bodies

Information regarding specific conditions:

Dementia Australia

Parkinson’s SA (The Hospital Research Fund)

Stroke SA

Stroke Foundation

MS Society SA & NT

Huntington’s SA & NT

MND South Australia

Walking Football resources

For additional drills and information:

The (English) Football Association Walking Football Toolkit

Football Australia Coaching Resources

Football South Australia

Bulding Together Toolkit

As funded by the National Disability Insurance Agency’s (NDIA) information, linkages and capacity building (ILC) grant, ACH Group has developed a ‘Building Together Toolkit’.

The toolkit includes:
The Tailor Made Resource Kit is a practical guide with information and guidance on how to access support to live well.

Whether you need information or more formal support, services are available: you just need to know how to access them.

The resource kit seeks to support you to live your life your way, to identify what you need, find support and design a service that meets your needs and preferences.

The Tailor Made Resource Kit is divided with different tabs, each tab providing information on the principles of Tailor Made as well as practical tips and tools. You can read the kit from beginning to end, or go to specific tabs depending on the information you need at the time.

While the Tailor Made kit is developed for you, when accessing support from an NDIS registered service, it can be a handy reference guide to prompt discussion and planning.

Download: Tailor Made Resource Kit

If you need more information about NDIS provider resources, contact us today.

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What does your Monday afternoon usually look like? For Su, an international student at TAFE SA, it is a time dedicated to volunteering at Healthia Residential Care Home. Su’s creativity and origami skills are well admired by the residents. With origami, you start with a blank piece of paper, and it is up to your intention and skill what you create. It is, in a way, a fitting analogy to describe volunteering.

Su added that she believes if you have a warm heart and a big smile, you have everything you need to start.

Su, you are a true inspiration to many of us at ACH Group. Thank you for connecting with residents through the art of origami, bringing extra kindness and gentleness into their life. 🙌
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Thank you for filming me. I’m visiting on Monday because I don’t have a class. So, I became a “Monday girl” 😄 I hope more people will enjoy volunteer work by sharing my story. 💕