in the NDIS
This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging disability employment funding landscape, mapping where NDIS meets DES and exploring the emerging opportunities for truly innovative service design.
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The financial viability of the NDIS is intrinsically linked to increasing economic participation and achieving better employment outcomes for people with disability and their carers. So where are the opportunities for your organisation to develop evidence based, innovative employment services for NDIS participants?
This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the current disability employment funding landscape, mapping where NDIS meets existing Disability Employment Services (DES/JA) and exploring the emerging opportunities for truly innovative service design.
Topics we will cover include:
- What the NDIS will fund in employment (and for whom)?
- Who can become a provider of NDIS employment supports?
- Addressing low expectations of employment outcomes for people with disability
- School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES)
- Global Best Practice & Case Studies
- Strategies for success and first mover advantage
- Marketing your service to NDIS participants and families
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