ABCs of the NDIS
Fast-track your NDIS knowledge and know-how with this intensive 1-day workshop.
Melbourne: 13 June
9.15am - 3.30pm
Registrations open 8.45am
As NDIS moves towards full roll out it will become increasingly important that everyone in your organisation from the frontline to the board room has a solid understanding on NDIS and what it means for your business.
This workshop will cover all bases including the Who, What, Where, Why and How of the NDIS, its legislative foundations and operational guidelines. We will explore key NDIS themes such as Choice and Control, Reasonable and Necessary and Ordinary Life; share best practice in managing complex issues like transport and respite and hear from experienced providers about the things they wish they'd known from the beginning.
- Learn the lingo
- Know who NDIA, LACs, ECEIs, Support Coordinators and of course participants are
- Understand the pros and cons of NDIS registration
- Get NDIS confident by understanding the legislature
- Learn to love the NDIS Price Guide
- Understand individualised packages versus Information, Linkages and Capacity-building and how you can receive funding through each
- Explore the 7 major market changes and how they will impact your business
Sally has diverse commercial experience spanning over 20 years across financial services, human services, B2B, B2C, for profit and for purpose industries around the world. Sally is especially passionate about supporting businesses in developing and marketing products, services, spaces and experiences for people with a disability – commercially superior solutions that promote consumer empowerment for people with disability. Sally has a Bachelor of Business from UTS and an MBA completed at Harvard.
Sally is a member of the NSW Disability Council, Director of Endeavour Group Australia, Director of the Centre for Universal Design Australia, Director of the Hunter Business Chamber, Certified Practicing Marketer and lecturer in Marketing at the University of Newcastle.
Among Sally’s perspectives on disability is that of mother and carer to Nicky, one of her three young daughters. Nicky lives with quadriplegia as a result of an acquired brain injury and is an NDIS participant.
Lee has twenty five years experience working across NGOs and government, with particular focus on advocacy, justice and disability. She has worked with the Supreme Court of Victoria in the management of compensation funds for people with catastrophic injury, in driving court reform and innovation as part of the Therapeutic Justice team in the Department of Justice in Victoria and serviced ten years as a director on the Board of Inner Melbourne Legal Service, leading service reform and restructure. Lee was a pioneer of the early days of the NDIA working in the regional sites and National Office in scheme design, governance, LAC contract management and Engagement. Lee has lived experience of disability, including support of family members.
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Don't just take our word for it. Over 2,000 people have now attended a DSC NDIS workshop. Here's what previous participants had to say:
After 3.5 years of NDIS transition, Rob Woolley looks back on what he would have done differently if he had his time again.
What is the right culture for the NDIS, a quasi-marketplace with disruptive service models and ad hoc decision making? Roland and Vanessa outline the 6 crucial pieces of the puzzle.
Vanessa and Roland examine how to avoid going broke ‘NDIS style’ through a fundamental rethink of the way we do business.
The Victorian State Government has developed an interim practice advice to support Victorian Health and Aged Care services in preparedness for and throughout transition to the NDIS. This is a great resource for organisations and professionals in these spaces to understand the NDIS and its interface with Health & Aged Care.
Rob Woolley questions many organisations' approaches to service design, delivery and systems within the seismic change the NDIS will bring.
These resources provide an overview of the critical factors that should be influences business decisions for DSPs. For organisations seeking some solid guidance on commercialising services, this is a great place to start.
Change management is a critical issue for services providers. Combating the feelings of fear and confusion amongst staff is vital for ensuring service delivery standards remain high. One of the tools in the QLD Government’s recently created NDIS toolkit focuses on readying clients for change.
You know you've done a good job of pre-planning when the Planner is grateful, the supports are approved and the customer writes an article about all the ways you nailed it. Sally Coddington tells all.
The QLD Government recently released a set of NDIS transition resources. One we love is their guide to gauge non-financial impacts of adding or changing a services under the NDIS.
Jenna Williams explores our concerns with the SA Government's readiness approach and provides some advice on how grant applicants can make the most of the funding.
Sole Trader or Small Organisation (≤5 FTE)
Non-Profit Organisation (>5 FTE)
Corporate / Government
$280 + GST
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$620 + GST
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