How can we help?
The resources below are free and can be accessed by clients or workers.
Any client can direct their worker to complete a specific unit. If a client requests this then the unit should be completed during a booked session with that client.
Workers may also choose to access these resources in their own time for their own personal development.
Workers are encouraged to list any completed units in their profile.
Reimagine provides some great resources that were co-designed by people from the LGBTI+ community who have lived experience of mental health concerns, their carers and chosen supports. The resources on this hub give personal stories and experiences as well as advice on engaging with the NDIS.
QNADA provides this training that, although developed for clinicians of AOD services, is helpful for anyone.
- NDIS Review Processes
- Carer advocacy
- Carer participation
- Recovery based practice
- Skills for promoting physical health
- Skills for supporting consumers to study or work
- Social relationships: working with families
- Social wellbeing, connection and belonging
- Trauma and mental health
- Cultural awareness
- Culturally sensitive practice
- Classification of mental disorders
- Citizenship and recovery
If you identify with one of the specific conditions or situations in this next block it could be worth getting your worker to complete the unit with you:
- Acquired brain injury & sensory impairment
- CAMHS and youth MH: conditions and assessments
- CAMHS and youth MH: interventions
- Dual diagnosis – i.e. mental health and AOD
- Dual disability – i.e. mental health and another disability
- Eating disorders
- Gender issues in mental health
- Impact of medical conditions
- Living with chronic ill-health
- Mental health histories and MSE (Mental State Examinations)
- Mental health care for Indigenous Australians
- Mental health for older persons: conditions and assessments
- Mental health for older persons: interventions
- Mental health for same-sex attracted persons
- Strategies for working with people at risk of suicide
- Working with people who self-harm
- Working with people with borderline personality disorder
- Working with people with forensic histories or at risk of offending
Then there’s a whole host of other modules which are all good, though some are probably more relevant than others.
WA Mental Health Commission
The Mental Health Commission provide a couple of resources that we recommend.
The first is called “Mental Health Act (2014)”. It’s a set of units that cover the mental health system in WA and client’s legal rights under the Mental Health Act.
The second is “Introduction to Alcohol and Other Drugs (2nd Edition)”. The name says it all.
Follow this link to access these. You or your worker will need to create an account to access them.
TSP FOR ALL
Free online training modules that you can take. They are designed for people working for mental health providers and supporting NDIS participants, but they may be useful for anyone wanting to understand how the NDIS works. Follow this link to access these