Yooralla Staff Terms And Remuneration Agreement

If a job has a registered contract, the premium does not apply. However, persons over the age of 65 who are currently receiving assistance to persons with disabilities will continue to receive assistance as part of the legal continuity of support arrangements, unless they choose to receive a pension or health care or assistance. Now the work is beginning to ensure that Yooralla maintains its share of the agreement. To make sure we can continue to fight for better conditions, be sure to ask a co-worker to join the union today! Registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced. Congratulations to all the members of Yooralla HACSU, after years of fighting for better conditions, we have finally won an EBA that reflects the value of our work. To book a free one-on-one chat with Yooralla to help you prepare for your meeting meeting, send an email ndis.infohub@yooralla.com.au or call us to let us know a date and time that are right for you. Any support should be specific to a person`s objectives in their NDIS plan and should be considered appropriate and necessary support. Under the NDIS, centrelink mobility assistance is being replaced by funding for a person`s disability-related transportation needs in its individual NDIS plans. There is a lot of enthusiasm and preparation: next week, Yooralla will start implementing many changes. Your HACSU industry supporters will be releasing more detailed information next week and we will be meeting with union members to discuss the changes and their impact on your workplace. Although NDIS plans typically run for 12 months, you can request a shorter NDIS plan if you think your requirements could change significantly during this period. Or you can ask for a longer plan, say for two years, if you think your needs stay the same.

The new EBA will come into effect on Friday, March 2, 2018. With approximately six weeks in an NDIS plan, the participant is contacted for a plan review process to work on his next NDIS plan. Planning evaluations are important to ensure you get the support you need to achieve your goals. It helps ensure that your NDIS plan continues to meet your needs if they change. This person can be a family member, friend or lawyer – someone who knows you well, who can provide a background on your needs and make sure the planner gets the right information about you, your goals and your needs. Depending on your goals, funding for your NDIS plan may include capacity funding that helps develop skills, training, learning, capacity building, access to employment, improved health and well-being, and aid coordination. When you start your NDIS journey, you should determine if you need help with the process. If you do, think of someone who knows you well and can help you prepare for your planning meeting. You can also ask them to participate in your planning meeting with you. You should discuss accommodation options with your planner. Click here to download this PDF note and print out for free instructions from your workstation on how to use your next NDIS plan to understand the process of your next NDIS plan and how to prepare for your plan review meeting. It contains a meeting planning tool.

The improvements to this EBA were only achieved by union members like you, who were activated and fought for a better agreement. Persons who acquire a disability after the age of 65 are not entitled to the NDIS and are supported by health services or old, in accordance with the current rules. Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a housing that helps people with very complex needs to live as independently as possible. Whether or not a person can benefit from SDA funding therefore depends on their specific NDIS objectives and needs. The planner will contact you to make an appointment for your NDIS planning meeting. Lor