Support Coordinators are critical to your organisation’s success. Sam Paior tell us how to make the most of the relationship with these people who matter.
NDIS & Insulin: Who Cares? The AAT’s recent ruling that sets a groundbreaking new precedent on NDIS responsibilities are for Participants managing health conditions.
In our second edition of the Rumour Has It series, we delve into everyone’s least favourite policy intersection- Health and NDIS. Sara explores why, if dietary supports are supposed to be considered on an individual basis, so many Planners telling Participants differently.
Participants with adequate funding in their Plans are critical to your success as an organisation. Brent explores what information providers need to ensure all Participants have before they step into a Planning meeting.
Over the last few months, Brent has witnessed an alarming number of confusing and extremely problematic response from the NDIA to requests for SDA funding. He explores what needs to be done to get SDA back on track.
The challenge for Australian Disability Enterprises (ADEs) operating under the NDIS is to attract a new generation of supported employees. Faye explores the secret to developing a business that Participants want to work in.
The NDIS has now officially turned 5 and has marked the occasion with another Quarterly Report. Sara delves into this data-filled snapshot of 5 years of NDIS.
The secret weapon to excellent results in the NDIS is strong allied health reports. That is why we are always on the lookout for resources that make practitioners job a little easier. In this article, we look at VALID’s 10 Step Guide to Excellent Allied Health Reports.
Is ILC taking one step forward, only to go two steps back? Roland and Elizabeth explore the implications of the NDIA’s recent non-competitive, ‘invite only’ ILC Remote Grants.
As anybody involved in the process will tell you, NDIS housing can feel like jumping over one hurdle after another. But in this article Brent demonstrates what is possible and shares his secret to success.
In this series dedicated to examining discrepancies in the Planning process, Sara and Evie explore why so many Participants are being told that Plan Management comes out of their Plans and what can be done about it.
Brent explores what Victoria’s new Disability Services Safeguards Bill will mean for the rights of SDA tenants.
With ILC still a work in progress, it is important to concentrate on what we do know. Elizabeth examines what we know for certain at this stage and how providers can get ILC ready.
With the Quality and Safeguarding Frameworks comes new complaints management and resolution rules. Bronwyn explores the expectations on providers.
What are your organisation's pictures saying about you and the people you work with? Sara and Evie examine what many providers get wrong when representing the people they support, and how you can avoid making the same mistakes.
A quiet yet noticeable revolution is shaping the NDIS landscape. Gillian McFee examines the role mutuals and cooperatives can play in increasing choice and control for NDIS Participants.
Earlier this year, we wrote that we were disappointed to see that Peer Workers had been removed from the list of professions who could provide Support Coordination. But now, as Evie reports, that has all changed in the updated Guide to Suitability.
There are few words that stir up more stress and emotion in NDIS Providers than ‘Portal.’ That is why we are pleased to announce that some long-awaited changes have finally arrived in Portal world.
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) recently took the extraordinary step of publicly reprimanding the NDIA and calling for ministerial intervention. Sara explores how it came to this, and why being forced to appeal is detrimental to Participants.
The Quality and Safeguarding Commission officially opened its doors on 1 July. Bronwyn marks the occasion with an update on what else has changed.