The Living My Best Life is a unique training program to support people with a psychosocial disability to apply to the NDIS. Recognised as a finalist in the 2022 WA Mental Health Awards, this training focuses on:

  • Enhancing the knowledge of NDIS registered providers in the psychosocial disability space
  • Providing education for small to medium NDIS registered providers
  • Providing accurate information on how to apply for the NDIS for clients with a psychosocial disability.
  • Navigating the barriers clients may experience.
  • Understanding the documentation and evidence required when making a psychosocial NDIS application; and
  • Tips for a successful application.

Training is free to all NDIS registered providers across all of WA and is available both online and in person.

Training dates are here:

If you’re interested in hosting a free training session at your organisation, please email us at

In 2023, we are delivering training to the following regional areas:

  • Bunbury – Feb
  • Broome – Late Feb
  • Geraldton – Apr
  • Kalgoorlie – May
  • Albany – June

Join a network of your peers to collaborate, communicate and coordinate better outcomes for people with psychosocial disabilities when applying for NDIS funding.

The Living My Best Life Community of Practice meets quarterly to identify barriers for people with psychosocial disability to accessing the NDIS. We share information and tools used in successful applications, and have developed a ‘best practice’ approach for NDIS applications for psychosocial disabilities.

Living My Best Life has established a mentoring podcast available on Spotify and YouTube. NDIS service providers can hear success stories from guest speakers and learn the best evidence writing approach from those who have been successful with their applications.

In consultation with service providers and consumers, the Living My Best Life team have developed a comprehensive Application Toolkit to help NDIS service providers.

Note: The free training outlines the best way to use these tools in gathering evidence for an NDIS application.

Living My Best Life Characters against the brick wall

This was one of the best training sessions I have attended. Well done LMBL Team!”

“Trainers were engaging and knowledgeable in all areas, I cannot fault them, many thanks!!!! 💓”

“Both trainers engaged well with participants and addressed specific concerns of our team. The training was very informative and also delivered well, with good use of humour”

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