The new NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission website is up, but it can be impossible to find the page you need. So our Quality and Safeguarding superstar Jess has put all the important documents in one handy resource pack.
This explosive new Tribunal case sets precedents that could redefine how NDIS Participants travel. You might reasonably think you have heard everything that needs to be said about transport and the NDIS, but, as Sara explores, we have all been proved wrong.
Can NDIS Practice Standards actually be kind of cool? Jess explains why the Quality and Safeguarding Commission’s Practice Standards are different to anything we have seen before.
The NDIS promises Participants an ordinary life, but the journey to get there is far from an ordinary experience. Lee explores what Participants are forced to share about themselves in order to access the supports they need.
An end of year announcement by the federal government that has given us all something to celebrate this holiday season.
2018: it’s had its problems but one thing nobody can deny is that it has been a HUGE year for the NDIS. Sara reflects on all the ways this year has made NDIS history.
The NDIA have made a very welcome change to their position on Support Coordinators in plan review meetings.
After months of waiting, we now know which providers will be the LAC and ECEI Access Partners. And they are…
It’s a question as old as time, what came first: Supported Independent Living (SIL) in the Plan or a SIL quote from a provider? Everyone has their opinion, but Gareth explores what this confusion means for Participants and providers, and what they can do work through it.
The NDIA will today announce a new pricing tier for self-care, social and recreational support for Participants with "very complex" support needs.
The NDIA has recently articulated its position on Support Coordinators attending plan review meetings, and you may not like what they have said. Evie discusses the implications and offers strategies for working within these guidelines.
Elizabeth McGarry explores the fine print behind the long awaited funding opportunity for what are generally known as user-led organisations: A $19.9 million funding round for the ILC program.
In Part 2 of our series examining the explosive PM v NDIA case, Sara explores where the Tribunal fell on the Participant’s Core budget. The wide reaching case covers Activities of Daily Living, Consumables and Sustaining Informal Supports. It is not one to be missed.
The latest Quarterly Report has finally included some SDA data. Brent explores what we can learn from it!
In an NDIS environment dominated by uncertainty and change, how do you avoid getting lost in the confusion? As Roland explores, there is no map to meaningful success, you have to find your internal compass instead.
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal is the ultimate testing ground for all things NDIS, which makes it extremely exciting when we see cases like PM v NDIS that cover an exceptional amount of ground. In the first of this two part series, Sara explores the exciting implications rulings from the case will have for providers and Participants.
This handy (free) online tool helps Participants work through the daunting task of Pre-Planning and get the most out of their NDIS Plan.
West Australia has just been given the opportunity to apply for $7 million worth of funding via an Expression Of Interest (EOI) process. As Elizabeth explores, this round looks very different from previous ILC funding opportunities.
Health and disability services are completely dependent on one another, but are unfortunately not always equip to communicate. We look at the Summer Foundation resource designed to tackle this problem.