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I left there today feeling very sure that I would be doing things quite differently from now on….
Daniel had an appointment with a podiatrist this afternoon (straight after the workshop) and I declared to him on the way that I thought he could handle the interaction with the receptionist (giving his name, etc and then dealing with the payment after & making a new appointment time).
He did so with minimal assistance from me and, as I said to my husband this evening, the pride and sense of achievement for Daniel with this small task was so obvious!
The other interesting aspect with this interaction was the response of the receptionist who, to be perfectly honest, I had not particularly warmed to in the past.
She seemed to be so attuned to what I was attempting to achieve and treated Daniel with such respect &and dignity and actually seemed to be very pleased with the whole situation, herself!!!
SUCH A HAPPY STORY!!!!
 
Date of Posting: 28 June 2016
Posted By: Sharon
Hi Sue,
thanks for the info and the workshop which I really enjoyed. I passed on the information that I received to several people who were unable to attend. I think they are a little more at ease about the NDIS now,

thanks once again, Alison
 
Date of Posting: 28 June 2016
Posted By: Alison
Mornington
I first met Sue in 2010 when she was looking for a service provider for her daughter Chloe. From day one, it was obvious that Sue was a genuine advocate for disability rights and a strong leader in making things happen. Sue has been instrumental in developing networks with parents and other stakeholders to utilise information sharing resources as shown in the development of the iDareU website and seminars.
Sue has worked tirelessly to advocate & empower both families and people with a disability to have a say in the direction their lives could and should take.
 
Date of Posting: 28 June 2016
Posted By: Denis Shaw
Next Step Program Manager
Before attending the Imagine Better Workshop I felt:
Oh no the NDIS… another thing to worry about and think about, I’ll just ignore it, put it on the back burner it will sort itself out, NOT. Oh no roll out, poop, what do I have to do its all too hard!
When I left the Imagine Better Workshop I felt:
Yay for iDareU. It was a very down to earth, practical presentation of how to prepare for the implementation of the NDIS. A step by step overview of the process by a presenter who walks in our shoes. That was really significant for me. Sue is a carer not a bureaucrat.
As a result, I have been able to:
CALM DOWN, review the notes and think about what we need to do before the NDIS goes live in my area. I am also committed to attending any future workshops.
I would highly recommend this workshop to anyone who feels overwhelmed with just the thought of NDIS. Make a start and take one step at a time.
 
Date of Posting: 28 June 2016
Posted By: Sue Lovegrave
Carer
Today I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Sue Dymond. I attended one of her Workshops regarding the NDIS and wow what an amazing Workshop! This Workshop I would recommend to anyone who may have any involvement with the up and coming NDIS. I now feel very positive, excited and empowered about the NDIS.
Sue is incredible I absolutely love her spirit and passion. Highly recommended
 
Date of Posting: 18 June 2016
Posted By: Fiona Goodman
Carer with ASD child, CHIRNSIDE PARK
Creating & Maintaining your Belonging workshop 24th Feb 2016

Hi Sue,
Your workshop was very good. You gave everyone the opportunity to express themselves, tell their stories.
This is something, as you know, that us mums cannot share how we feel or have someone to listen to us, and understand what we are talking about.
 
Date of Posting: 25 February 2016
Posted By: Cathy Kasiaras
C&M your Belonging WORKSHOP 27/01/2016

I left there today feeling very sure that I would be doing things quite differently from now on….
Daniel had an appointment with a podiatrist this afternoon (straight after the workshop) and I declared to him on the way that I thought he could handle the interaction with the receptionist (giving his name, etc and then dealing with the payment after & making a new appointment time).
He did so with minimal assistance from me and, as I said to my husband this evening, the pride and sense of achievement for Daniel with this small task was so obvious!

The other interesting aspect with this interaction was the response of the receptionist who, to be perfectly honest, I had not particularly warmed to in the past.
She seemed to be so attuned to what I was attempting to achieve and treated Daniel with such respect &and dignity and actually seemed to be very pleased with the whole situation, herself!!!
SUCH A HAPPY STORY!!!!
Thanks Sharon
 
Date of Posting: 25 February 2016
Posted By: Sharon O'Shea

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