3 New Support Coordination Workshops
People told us they liked our recent Support Coordination workshop so much that they would have come back for more. So we took you seriously and here are three brand new Support Coordination workshops, specifically designed for three different stages of the journey.
Understand the fundamentals of this important new support type and explore how the policy is (and isn’t) being implemented in practice.
A highly interactive workshop designed for practicing Support Coordinators. We dive into the detail to solve some of your prickliest questions and build a toolkit packed full of support ideas.
Understand the support coordination business drivers, marketing, managing risks, building a brand. Explore what it takes to effectively run a best practice Support Coordination business.Explore what it takes to effectively and efficiently run a best practice Support Coordination service.
Traditional cost cutting can kill the heart and soul of an organisation. Sally explores some proven cost saving alternatives that build stronger organisational cultures while delivering better participant outcomes.
Friday 28 April
Webinars available for streaming
DSC's resident SDA experts, Luke Bo'sher & Brent Woolgar outline the latest developments in NDIS housing and explore the nuance in the policy detail released in March.
Following the success of our one day Support Coordination forum, we have adapted some of this content into a jam packed webinar. Understand the detail and opportunity of NDIS Support Coordination and what it takes to design and deliver a best practice service.
Check out some of these resources from our recent workshops.
The evidence shows that shows autonomous teams lead to lower costs, more satisfied and engaged staff, and better outcomes for clients. Rob Woolley explores what it will take to make the future of the disability sector workforce a reality.
Many believe that the NDIS is a threat to small, locally based organisations. Professor Shelley Mallet gives an overview of two approaches that support local collaboration and can also play a key role in the success of the ILC program.
We believe collective impact has enormous potential to support ILC projects. For those of you who want to learn more about collective impact, here are some websites with fabulous resources.
The 8 Steps detail the organisational capabilities required to operate effectively in the NDIS. Developed from trial site experience and extensive NDIS consulting practice, the toolkit supports strategic decision making and priority setting.
Missed one of our workshops? We are able to tailor and present any of these workshops to present in-house in organisations around Australia: