These handy links should help you on your journey to learn everything you can about the new NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework.
The precedent set by the case of LMNT v. the NDIA at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal will force the Agency to completely rethink how it creates childhood plans. Friend of DSC Sam Prior gives you the lowdown on what every carer and provider needs to know.
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.
Dreaded millennials are the workforce that the NDIS sector needed yesterday. Sara Gingold explores why millennials and the disability sector are the perfect fit, and how providers could go about engaging them.
Brent looks at how the sector is tracking against meeting its workforce shortage and what can be done to bridge the gap.
From the NDIS to new policies of the DSS- the world of ADEs is changing at a remarkable pace. But don't fear, Matthew Ford is here to explain what the new world may look like and how providers can get ahead.
We have been searching high and low to answer your (and our) questions about what exactly School Leavers Employment Supports are and how on earth it works. This article provides the SLES 101, so that you and your organisations know what to expect in the school leavers space.
The Pathways Review was released without much fanfare earlier this week. But this important document offers hope that change is afoot, writes Sara Gingold.
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.
For better or for worse the NDIS is bringing the world as we know it to an end. Brent explores how other industries have responded to change, and how we, as a sector, can do better.
The Disability Services Commission in WA has produced a Disability Employment Toolkit, to support organisations to employ people with disabilities.
There are many sources of support people with disabilities can utilise when seeking employment. Ann explores the different services available, and how providers and participants can navigate them.
With funding from the NDIA, the Mental Health Coordinating Council has produced reimagine.today - a user-friendly website to help people with mental health conditions and their carers understand the NDIS.
Here are 10 of the most important questions and answers from our recent Investigating Housing with Support Coordination webinar.
Sara outlines three crucial points of intersection between Health and the NDIS that have not been adequately addressed by either department.
Evie decodes the NDIS Guide to Suitability to show you how to find the nuggets of information in this dense but insightful document.
Sara profiles Enhanced Lifestyles, an SA-based organisation who took out our 2017 Award for Pioneering Organisational Adaptation.
The NDIA have announced the organisations who will be operating as Local Area Coordinators (LACs) across South Australia.
The more you engage the experts - people with disability - in your service design, the more your services will reflect desires and aspirations of your customers. This handy co-design toolkit includes foundation principles, practical examples and engagement strategies.