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Ways to be heard when the NDIS isn’t working for you
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17 June 2020 at 2:30 pm
Everyone needs to practice self-advocacy. That means speaking up for yourself or for something you believe in. People who are self-advocates can communicate what they are feeling, thinking and what they want or need.
As a self-advocate, you can speak up to describe yourself, to ask a question or to ask for help.
Knowing your rights and responsibilities and making choices about your own life really improves self-esteem and quality of life.
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