Category Archives: Service Users

From NDIS with love…

If you received a letter from the NDIS last month, don’t panic, this is a good thing. You still have plenty of time to join the scheme. Continue reading

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A worthy cause, now with added tax deductibility!

If you’re feeling generous – or have some well-off, generous friends – contact our office about making a (tax deductible!) donation. Continue reading

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Emergency Phone Etiquette

Here’s some handy tips on what phone to call and when. Continue reading

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NDIS Update – What’s in a name?

One of the hopefully good things about the NDIS, once it’s fully rolled out, will be its funding portability. Instead of being tied to a service provider (usually a bad thing), the service participant (that’s you) can take their funding … Continue reading

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NDIS Update – You never appreciate your health until you don’t have it…

There was a spanner thrown in the works for our plans to have regular NDIS updates. Or to be more accurate, an appendix. Continue reading

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NDIS Update – Knowledge is Power

While it may outwardly appear as “business as usual,” MACS has been doing quite a lot behind the scenes about the NDIS. Continue reading

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MACS Marketing and Branding Survey

With the NDIS approaching it is important that MACS is able to market itself to as many potential clients (both existing and new) as possible. However, we want to do so in a way that existing services users feel is … Continue reading

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NDIS Participant Readiness Workshops

With the advent of the NDIS, we all need to start preparing ourselves and our understanding of it and we need to be reading up as much as we can about it. Please find attached an information flyer which provides … Continue reading

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