Free Webinar - How to get the most out of your NDIS plan using therapy

Preparing for your NDIS planning meeting can feel daunting

Since the beginning of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in 2013 Everyday Independence has supported thousands of people and their families to access therapy via their NDIS funding. We understand the challenges and benefits the scheme can bring. This is why we have decided to share our experience and hard won knowledege with those who are starting on their NDIS journey.

A free webinar to help you prepare and build your confidence

Leanne Healey, our Clinical Director, will be presenting a free 60 minute webinar on 'How to get the most out of your NDIS plan using therapy'. This easy to understand session will explain what happens in your NDIS planning meeting as well as a step by step guide on how to set meaningful goals and how to identify the kinds of supports you need to achieve those goals.

Who will benefit from attending this webinar?

This webinar is ideal if you or someone you support has qualified for NDIS funding and you are preparing for your planning meeting. You might be:

  • a person living with a disability 
  • the parent of a child or teenager living with a disability
  • the parent of an adult who is living with a disability  

Choose from a morning or evening session

The webinars will be held at two different times so you can select the time of day that works best for you.

Monday 5th March at 10am 


Wednesday 7th March at 8pm

To register for the webinar of your choice please call us on 1300 179 131. Once you've registered we'll send you a link that will allow you to join the webinar via your computer. 

After the session we will provide you with a helpful NDIS planning meeting preparation tool.

About Leanne Healey

Leanne has worked as an occupational therapist in Australia for over 30 years. She founded Everyday Independence in 1997 and has developed it into a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, allied health organisation that achieves great outcomes for people and their families, that they experience everyday.

Her focus is to make a lasting difference in the lives of the people she works with by understanding what is important to the person and their family to be able to provide services that will have the most impact, and endure the ebb and flow of daily life.

Leanne is passionate about developing the Everyday Independence team to be the best in the world at providing people centred therapy services. She is regularly asked to present across Australia on the latest evidence based therapy approaches and practice, and she has also acted in advisory roles to Occupational Therapy Australia in the development of industry best practice and supported many individuals and organisations with their NDIS planning.

 At the heart of her work is her belief that every person has the right to live life to their full potential and disability should be no barrier to this.