Monday, 12 January 2015

Reminder about two surveys

Free Stepping Stones Triple P programs for Parents and training for professionals

Stepping Stones Triple P (SSTP) is a new initiative to support families of children with developmental disabilities. Research has shown the programs help to reduce children’s behavioural and emotional problems, decrease parent stress, and increase parent confidence. 

The Project's My Say surveys, one for parents, and one for professionals, are still open for completion, and registration for the participation:



DSA Surveys - The NDIS and people with Down syndrome
It's not too late to complete one of these surveys, and your information will help DSA and state Down syndrome associations to best support people with Down syndrome and their families as we move into the NDIS. Please take a few minutes to complete an online survey now. Thank you.
Many members of state and territory Down syndrome associations have questions and concerns about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and how it works for people with Down syndrome of all ages. 
To be the best voice we can for the Australian Down syndrome community, we'd like to hear from you about your experiences with the NDIS, or (NDIS/NDIS My Way in WA) so far, and any thoughts, questions and concerns you may have. Your answers will also help DSA and the state and territory associations develop resources and tailor supports to help you, so please provide as much information as you can. 
There are two surveys to choose from: 
1. For people not yet in NDIS 
2. For people already in an NDIS or My Way trial site 
You don't have to be a member of your local association to take part.

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