Events & Admin Coordinator | Consultant
BA, Dip VisArts
Sara has painstakingly developed her reputation within DSC as a champion gif finder and go-to person for animal related content. She began the more professional aspect of her career working in youth organisations and overseeing innovative Cambodian education projects. Sara is an avid writer, and a regular contributor to DSC’s blog and Resource Hub. She prides herself on her research skills and fact-finding ability. Sara has lived experience of disability, having been diagnosed with ME/CFS in 2012.
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.
The Pathways Review was released without much fanfare earlier this week. But this important document offers hope that change is afoot, writes Sara Gingold.
The Disability Services Commission in WA has produced a Disability Employment Toolkit, to support organisations to employ people with disabilities.
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.
Sara outlines three crucial points of intersection between Health and the NDIS that have not been adequately addressed by either department.
Sara Gingold profiles The Art of Human Connection, a standout program for NDIS staff engagement that is an exemplary model for the sector.
Did you know that 80% of the NDIS workforce are women? Or only 3/4 of allocated NDIS funds are spent? In this fun interactive Q&A, Sara Gingold picks out 20 great nuggets of NDIS insight.
Know that you should have read the NDIS Act but have not had the time? In this series, Sara Gingold explores the Sections that all providers need to know, starting with everybody's favourite - reasonable and necessary.
As we transition to the NDIS, the future of state funding for disability advocacy is under threat. Sara Gingold explores how advocacy plays an important role in supporting people with disabilities through life's turbulent times.