DipMgt, Cert IV in Disability
Bronwyn has a business brain that comes out fighting for better NDIS participant outcomes. Prior to joining DSC, Bronwyn led the development of online NDIS learning resources and peer support for carers at Carers Victoria. Bronwyn has developed and facilitated face to face workshops, information sessions as well online forums and webinars on different areas of NDIS including pre-planning, the outcome domains and navigating the NDIS. She also has over 12 years experience in the disability sector with a strong system, process and finance background.
Bronwyn continues to work actively in NDIS Planning, working as a Support Coordinator assisting people with complex needs to navigate the NDIS. She also has lived experience both as a person with disability and as a carer and regularly vies with our research guru Sara Gingold, for the title of DSC’s not so crazy cat lady.
One question we regularly get asked by worried providers familiarising themselves with the NDIS registration process is "who is going to pay for all of this?" Bronwyn explores what the new costs are and who will be paying the bill.
With the Quality and Safeguarding Frameworks comes new complaints management and resolution rules. Bronwyn explores the expectations on providers.
The Quality and Safeguarding Commission officially opened its doors on 1 July. Bronwyn marks the occasion with an update on what else has changed.
The Quality and Safeguarding Commission has just released its new restrictive practices rule. Bronwyn and Maree explore what the rule will mean for providers.
Continuing the influx of Quality policy being released this week is the new NDIS Code of Conduct.
Bronwyn explores the Quality & Safeguarding Rules that will impact Support Coordination providers and practitioners.
Bronwyn breaks down the detail behind the newly released NDIS Practice Standards.
Worker screening units will be established in each State & Territory and all workers will need to apply for clearance.
It's no secret that planning does not always go well, and when it goes wrong, it can cause a lot of stress, confusion and frustration for everyone involved. Bronwyn explores what can go wrong with planning and what providers can do about it.
It is time to start preparing for the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework, which will begin rolling out later this year. Bronwyn provides you with the inside scope from the NDIA's national Providers Forum.