Summer Foundation Collaboration Agreement

The Summer Foundation has obtained some sample documents for different types of agreements: Please note that these documents are only examples. Organizations should use financial and legal advice to develop agreements tailored to their own context. Visit our website www.summerfoundation.org.au to download the job description. The Information Services Consultant provides secondary advice on NDIS policies and procedures, navigation and support. This secondary consultation is a response to requests registered with the information service for people with disabilities and/or their relatives, as well as from health, municipality and elderly care providers. Created in 2006, the Summer Foundation has set itself the goal of changing the policy and practice of human service towards young people in nursing homes. The Summer Foundation uses a number of strategies to influence the policies and practices of health, housing, elderly care and disability services for this target group. The brokerage brokerage service uses a promotional research methodology to ensure and continuously evaluate quality. A member of the research team is integrated into the brokerage department to manage collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting. We strive to fill this role as quickly as possible. Applications are considered when they have been received. The five main strategies of the Summer Foundation to prevent young people from being forced to live in retirement homes are: the Summer Foundation offers amazing flexibility. We also offer payroll packaging, a supportive and collaborative team environment and the opportunity to feel good, which you`ll get at the end of the day.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The experience is appreciated by the organization and considered positive. Qualification in Allied Health or equivalent (preferred, but not essential). The values of the successful candidate correspond to those of the Summer Foundation. Among the values of the Summer Foundation are: employment is subject to revision of the history of the National Police There are four key areas to be addressed to solve the problem of young people in care homes in Australia. The new housing brokerage service is aimed at people with disabilities and complex support needs who are stuck in the hospital due to a lack of housing adapted to their needs and preferences. Team coordinators provide secondary advice to the person`s health team, support coordinator and others, and then conduct an innovative housing search. The desired outcomes are the strengthening of the capacity of the health sector with regard to housing opportunities and the release of persons with disabilities from the hospital into accommodation that best suits their housing needs and preferences.

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