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National Disability Insurance Scheme Information Session

What does it mean for carers, families and people living with a disability?

Find out more about the NDIS, hear from keynote speakers, participate in a Q&A with our expert panel, converse direct to service providers and prepare for the transition.

Keynote Speakers

Cain Beckett

Cain leads disability reform and NDIS related projects nationally for PricewaterhouseCoopers. He is also the Chair of the NSW Disability Council and Non-Executive Director of Cerebral Palsy Alliance and the Attitude Foundation. He brings to bear 20 years of personal and professional experience across all aspects of disability reform and the sector and is an experienced company director.

Janice Perrett

Jan has 28 years of experience in Family and Community Services (FACS) and worked in many roles with responsibilities in home care, Veterans home care, referral and assessment, service development and planning, funding and tenders, Aboriginal capacity building, contract management, capacity building, NDIS readiness, new funding under Stronger Together II and monitoring the contractual requirements of funded organisations.


Keynote speakers Cain Beckett and Janice Perrett join our panel with Anne Bryce and Bec Ho for a Q&A.

Anne Bryce

Chief Executive Officer of Achieve Australia.

Bec Ho

Executive Officer at Touched by Olivia Foundation. City of Ryde Access Committee.

The City of Ryde is committed to developing inclusive communities and will be celebrating and promoting Social Inclusion Week from 21 to 29 November and International Day of People with a Disability on 3 December 2015.

Date & Time

Thursday 03 December 2015 / 9.30AM - 12.30PM


City of Ryde
Phone: 9952 8222
Website: International Day of People with a Disability



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Ryde Civic Hall, 1 Devlin Street, Ryde 2112 View Map

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1 Devlin Street, Ryde New South Wales 2112

Ryde Civic Hall

1 Devlin Street, Ryde 2112

Last updated on 3 November 2015