Even if they can wade their way through the complexities of the NDIS, Queensland’s 97,000 scheme participants often don’t have the time or the means to traipse around looking for providers that not only understand them and their needs but can provide them with the help and answers they need. So our national Disability Connection Expos 2023 brings providers and participants AND the solutions together under one big roof to make life easier.
While as beneficial and vital as the NDIS is, we understand how challenging and sometimes overwhelming it can be understanding and managing your plan.
Even once you get your funding approved and get access to it, you then have to try to wade your way through the complexity of who, what, when and how: Where do I go? Who do I talk to? How do I know how to find the right NDIS provider for me and how do I know I can trust them?
We make it easier at the Melbourne Disability Connection Expo 2023, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on February 3 and 4 by bringing potential clients and experts together.
As well as more than 200 exhibitors and thousands of visitors under one roof, we have a team of specialist advisors manning the NDIS Q&A Concierge Desk to answer any and all questions as well as entertainment on the centrestage every 15-30 minutes.
Visitors can view the list of exhibitors and understand who the providers are before leaving home and even pre-book private consultations with providers via our special expo app.
We’ll even be doing lots of live streaming over the two days so participants who aren’t there know about you too!
Plus, the event will be livestreamed, including interviews with exhibitors and sponsors - the potential to reach even more clients is astronomical.
The expo is dedicated to realising the challenges and increasing the level of CONNECTION between providers and participants.
Providers, participants, their carers and families are invited to the Melbourne Disability Connection Expo 2023. Come and get that funding sorted, those questions answered and make potentially life-long connections.