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Submission SUB-B0Y0-002065 (Anonymous)

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10 areas for improvement
What is the best way to support children with disability… and those with emerging developmental concerns?


How should outcomes and performance be measured and shared?

- each participant must have 3-4 goals they are working on with a provider which link to overall 'life goal', and agree on how progress will be measured. reviewed annually as part of support plan
- 'NDIS' library of simple evidence ie. studies - easy to read language. key dot points from research. "a study from USA with stroke survivors found daily repetition of adapted dressing techniques with visual prompts over 4 weeks led to independence with dressing, when compared to education in therapy only.

How would you build better outcomes or goals into your plan?

- tip sheets on long term goals. an open-ended question can be very difficult to answer. prompts to get participants /carers thinking about how they want to live, what they want to achieve is useful. e.g your living situation: do you want to live with someone, in a group home, on your own?