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      Hear For You NSW Primary2Secondary Session 2019 in Ryde


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      October 17, 2019

      Thursday   4:30 PM

      16 University Avenue , Macquarie University
      Ryde, New South Wales

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      Hear For You NSW Primary2Secondary Session 2019

      Hear For You is hosting a Primary2Secondary session for deaf and hard of hearing Year 6 students and their families. This is a Information Session about how to prepare for the transition to high school in 2020! Come and find out.... What is Hear For You? Hear from current Hear For You participants who will share their insights about high school Meet some of our legendary Hear For You mentors and chat with them! We have a Parent Session included too: Hear from parents of current Hear For You participants Get advice on how to prepare for a smooth transition as possible into high school Finger food and drinks provided Live Captioning will be provided BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? This is for current deaf/hard of hearing Year 6 students who enter Year 7 in 2019. We understand if you need to bring their siblings along and they are welcome to sit with you in the Parents Session. Can I use my current NDIS funding to cover Hear For You? Yes this is possible. During registration for the NDIS ticket, please fill out the required information so we know if you are: NDIA Managed i.e. they pay all providers on your behalf Self-Managed i.e. the NDIA will give you the funds so you can pay your providers directly Plan-Managed i.e. the NDIA will give you funding in order to pay for a Plan Manager who will pay your providers on your behalf You will need to give us your NDIS number and the number of hours or funding amount that you have secured with your NDIA planner. Which Support Clusters do I use or apply for to cover Hear For You events? There are two Support Clusters to use: Support Cluster No.9 "Increased Social and Community Participation" Support Item: Life transition planning including mentoring, peer support and individual skill development. Support Item Ref No. 09_006_0106_6_3 Description: Establishing volunteer assistance within the participant’s home or community to develop skills. For instance, assistance in attending appointments, shopping, bill paying, taking part in social activities and maintaining contact with others. If Support Cluster No.9 is unavailable, Support Cluster No.15 can be used: Support Cluster No. 15 "Improved daily living skills" Support Item: Assistance with decision making, daily planning, budgeting Support Item Ref No. 15_035_0106_1_3 Description: Provision of time limited support to assist a person to develop and maintain daily budget, including assisting in planning purchases. How many NDIS hours are actually needed for this event? 3 NDIS hours are required for this event What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is free parking underneath the Australian Hearing Hub down on Level B2. Buses stop at Macquarie Centre and in Macquarie University.   How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please contact John at john.lui@hearforyou.com.au    Can I update my registration information? Yes, simply email john.lui@hearforyou.com.au  Please be advised that by providing us with your child’s details, you agree and give consent to your child to join in Hear For You's programs/workshops. Hear For You will keep and maintain your details and your child’s details in our database. We, Hear For You, will not share your/your child’s details with other organisations. To view Hear For You's Privacy Policy, please go to https://hearforyou.com.au/about-us/policies/

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