Benefits Of Students Placements In The NDIS
Allied Health placements in the NDIS are critical to sustaining a viable and capable workforce for the disability sector. Encouraging and supporting students in NDIS placements is a strategic contribution to the quality of care for participants into the future.
NDIS placements also provide more immediate benefits to participants and students. Participants benefit from the additional time that students bring, while students benefit from learning about the NDIS context – which is now influencing so many aspects of Allied Health practice.
You can hear from NDIS participants, students and providers on what they see as the benefits of Allied Health student placements.
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Making Placements Work Now And Into The Future
Future Allies provides resources to help educators make Allied Health student placements work for students, NDIS providers and participants.
Practical Supports For Educators
Helps educators to prepare students for placements and support them on that journey. It also includes resources that can be shared with students and NDIS providers.
Placements For The Future
Provides ideas and guidance on how we can improvement placements for the future.