Writing reports for participants is something most NDIS allied health professionals will do every day, but sometimes it's not as straight forward as it seems.

Here are some common headaches you might have when you are trying to learn how to write NDIS reports...

- Which form or template do I use?

- What are the reasonable and necessary criteria?

- How do I know if I've provided enough evidence?

- Should I let my client read the report before I submit it?

These are really common, and perfectly normal, questions to have!

While you should always have some clinical supervision to guide you as you are building this skill, sometimes having some self-directed learning first can be the starting point you need.

And so that's what I've created!

But this isn't just a course with lots of tips thrown together.

I've created a framework that is applicable for all types of NDIS reports, and all allied health professionals, so you can be sure you've covered the essential steps of the process.

May I introduce...

The 10 Steps to NDIS Report Writing Success!

Here are the 10 steps...

1. Determine the purpose of the report

2. Decide which type of report is needed

3. Discuss expectations with the referrer

4. Gather your evidence

5. Check your reasoning and determine recommendations

6. Understand your audience

7. Explain your reasoning

8. Maximise clarity

9. Review report and incorporate feedback

10. Submit the report (but you're not done yet...)

Sound good and want to stick it on your wall already? You can do that for free!

So now you know the framework, would you also like to know what to DO in each of those steps?

If you do, then this online course is for you!

Here's what you'll learn...

- How to complete an NDIS report in a systematic way

- What types of NDIS reports are out there

- How you should gather the evidence needed for your report

- What language you should use in your reports

- What essential information the NDIS planners will be looking for

- What formatting will enhance clarity and maximise the chances that someone will actually read the report!

- When and how to use feedback from others to improve your report

- What you should do to follow-up the outcome of your report

- And loads more!

Here's what you'll get...

- Fully online, on-demand, self-paced content that you can access 24/7

- No zoom links that will expire! Everything is setup in a Learning Management System where you can track your progress and revisit content as often as you want

- 3.5 hours of CPD

- Lots of downloadable resources including a NDIS Report Planning Tool

- A comprehensive workbook with all the PowerPoint slides and case study questions

- Transcript of the content (for those that like to read along and highlight)

- 6 months access (option to extend if needed)

Not an OT? I've still got you covered! This course is applicable to any allied health professional in any caseload, as long as it involves writing NDIS reports!

NB: This course cannot guarantee that your NDIS report requests will be approved - no course or person can do that! - but it will give you a solid foundation that you can build on within your supervision sessions to improve your report writing skills.

Would you like a sneak peek at one of the resources that comes with the course?

If you'd like a FREE download to help you plan out what needs to go into your next NDIS report, click on the button below to get a copy of the Your OT Tutor NDIS Report Planning Tool - Quick Version PDF. It comes with a worked example of planning for an AT application for a power assist wheelchair.

NB This is just the quick version - the full planning tool comes with the course and has much more detail to guide you through!

But Wait!! There's another option you may be interested in...

Do you also complete Functional Capacity Assessments?

Do you encounter challenging situations in your caseload, such as when a complaint is made against you, or when you're asked to just 'Write me a letter?'

Then the NDIS OT Starter Kit, or NDIS Allied Health Professionals Kit, may be a better option for you.

They have just launched and for the month of March you can get an early bird discount!

Would you like a little more info before signing up? This quick video will give you a run through of what is covered in each of the 10 steps.

What!? You're still not convinced and would like to see some more previews? No worries ;)

Sneak Peek: Report Planning Tools

Sneak Peek: Report writing example

Turns out this course isn't for you? You can still sign-up to the Your OT Tutor Mailing List to be informed when other resources are available.

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Clare, with this course you've really set the industry standard. I've completed just about every course on FCA for OT's out there and this is by far the most in-depth, presented in such a systematic and clear way - the effort you've put into making this course is abundantly clear, and honestly I'm so grateful that you've created this to kindly share with your professional network. This course gets a solid 5/5 for me - thank you so so much! :)

Anonymous Occupational Therapist

As a busy practice owner, I’ve absolutely loved having this resource available for my new grads . Even though I’ve got plenty of my own guides and sample FCA reports to share with them , what I lack is time to sit down and go through these step by step to make sure they truly understand the process. The 8 hours worth of online learning has been a massive investment for me and a valuable resource for my team. Thank you Clare Batkin!

Angie C. - Director and Occupational Therapist

Clare has been an invaluable resource for me as a new graduate OT - I regularly check her business page: Your OT Tutor and have recommended my colleagues do the same for easy to digest updates and tips! Clare has gone out of her way to assist me with my CPD portfolio and provided me with such a helpful template to use (a life saver!). Clare is extremely helpful, approachable, and very responsive despite her busy schedule.

Brodie - New Graduate Occupational Therapist

I highly recommend Clare Batkin, known as 'Your OT Tutor,' for her outstanding commitment to the OT community in Australia. Through newsletters, webinars, and a journal club, she expertly supports OTs of all levels and also supports those who employ them. Clare's dedication to facilitating growth in skills and knowledge is unparalleled, reflected in her mission to 'help occupational therapists to LEARN, GROW, and EXCEL.' Her expertise in how to best support OT students during placements in almost unparalleled in Australia. Equally impressive is her generosity with her time, connecting people to resources and individuals that can further their careers. Clare is indeed a vital asset to our profession.

Dave Jereb - Occupational Therapist and owner - MoveAbout Therapy Services

Clare possesses exceptional knowledge and expertise in this field, along with a deep understanding of NDIS guidelines and regulations. I commend Clare for her ability to effectively communicate complex concepts and create an engaging learning environment. Her passion for empowering clinicians and ensuring high-quality assessments that align with the core principles of the NDIS is truly commendable. Clare demonstrates excellent organizational skills, ensuring that training materials are up-to-date and staying informed about the latest developments in FCA practices. She is dedicated to providing accurate and relevant information to clinicians. I have found Clare to be approachable and responsive, always willing to provide answers and support when needed. Overall, Clare is an invaluable asset to any educational program or training initiative.

Kumar Ebenezer - Occupational Therapy Practice Owner - Guided Support Services

Clare has done a fabulous job with spearheading 'Your OT Tutor', a journal club that has really helped me stay up to date with the current evidence on topics directly relevant to my practice. Her approach is comprehensive yet practical, given how time-poor clinicians often are, and I am very much looking forward to our 2023 sessions. I highly recommend Clare to other OTs - those starting out as well as others who are more established in the profession - she is an absolute asset to both.

Natalie J. - Occupational Therapy Practice Owner

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