In Australia there are over 4.4 Million people living with some form of disability.
One of the major struggles for many of us is finding the right services when we need them. That’s why we deliver the largest Disability and NDIS related expos in Australia, to help connect participants and service providers and make this whole process easier.
We never do just booths and pamphlets. Our expos are huge community events with entertainment and a variety of things to do for adults, families, children, carers and guardians. Many people come both days to see everything on hand with over 200 exhibitors featuring NDIS Service Providers, Allied Health, Early Intervention, resource and equipment suppliers, home and community services and disability/complex case services for adults and children. Many services also support carers, people over 65yo, families and private options for those not accessing NDIS.
One of the main attractions is the Ask a NDIS Expert – Support Hub, where we’ll have over 20 NDIS experts on hand to answer questions and give you real time solutions. Don’t forget our Main Entertainment Zone sponsored by Easy Healthcare, where there will be an interactive dance performance every 30 minutes, so come on down and get involved in everything from art therapy, exercise and dance classes.
There are also an additional four entertainment zones, providing everything from hair braiding, balloon artists, face painters and even a jumping castle – loads of fun to be had.
NDIS Participants in Australia need access to support services and information about providers and the services they offer. That demand is only increasing each year with the addition of approved Disabilities under the NDIS scheme in a growing market.
Community events, like the Perth Disability Connection Expo 2023 sponsored by St. Jude’s NDIS are essential to bring Participants and Providers together to find SOLUTIONS and increase real CHOICE and CONTROL.
Participants require a place where they can gain access to all of the information they require plus options they weren’t aware of – or didn’t think of. They need transparency and a way to gain access to knowledge in an environment that is fun, inclusive and community focused.
If that’s not enough, the first 50 people each day will receive a free coffee/ice cream, so get in early, grab a tasty treat and settle in for the day.
Whether you’re a participant, provider, carer, guardian or family member, you’re invited to Western Australia’s biggest disability and NDIS related event of 2023.
Register now, invite a friend, spread the word and make the most of this amazing community event. We will see you there!