About the role
The MND Advisor/Support Coordinator is an experienced health professional who is responsible for providing person centred, responsive and timely advice and support to people with MND that includes:
- assessing and planning for the care needs of people living with MND
- pre-planning for participation in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- providing Coordination of Support for NDIS participants
- assisting people over 65 with MND to access My Aged Care
- making appropriate referrals
- assisting with negotiation of the service system
- acting as an interface with health professionals and service providers.
The MND Advisor develops expert knowledge of the supports and services available within their region and creates a network of contacts within those services.
Additionally the MND Advisor provides on-going advice and support to families, health professionals and community service providers as required.
This role is based in our Canterbury Office but will be responsible for covering South East Metro and Peninsular areas of Victoria.
This is a full time position, but we will consider applicants who can work .8FTE. Work motor vehicle and salary packaging available.
About the organisation
MND Victoria is dedicated to providing the best possible support for people living with motor neurone disease (MND). ‘People living with MND’ includes people who have been diagnosed, families, carers, former carers, friends, workmates, service providers and any other person whose life is, or has been, affected by MND.
MND Victoria was formed in 1981 by a group of volunteers with the strong involvement of people with MND, their families, health professional and other concerned people to address the absence of a coordinated response to MND. It is a state-wide not-for-profit organisation, predominately self- funded situated in Canterbury in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. There are currently 31 staff and approximately 130 committed volunteers.
Services and supports to people living with MND or some other unrepresented neurological diseases, that cause disability, are delivered at no cost to the client. They are coordinated and provided through MND Victoria Support Services. MND Victoria’s work is supported by an extensive network of volunteers that underpin all organisational activities. Volunteers are a vital part of MND Victoria and work across most program areas.
How to apply for this role
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: MND Advisor & Support Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.