At last, the 'N' in NDIS gets real
WA - Welcome to the NDIS!

The WA Government has finally announced its intention to join the rest of the country in the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

This is wonderful news for the many Western Australians with disability who will become participants, as well as the many advocates and carers who have long campaigned to be a part of the Federal Scheme.

The WA rollout expected to be complete in 2020. Now is the time to get ahead of the game and start creating your transition plans for what promises to be the largest change the disability sector has ever seen.


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Learn, Engage, Adapt: WA NDIS TRANSITION MASTERCLASS

Tuesday 30 January, 9:30am - 3:30pm 

To quote the famous leadership guru Marshall Goldsmith, what got you here won’t get you there.

Using our proven Learn, Engage, Adapt methodology, we analyse process improvement, service and business models, marketing and staffing requirements to assist you to transition to the NDIS.  In just one day, our experts will ensure you leave with an NDIS Action Plan that details your key priorities for the next 12 months

Sick of going to forums where you leave with more questions than answers? This workshop delivers the very latest in NDIS rollout experience from DSC, Australia's leading NDIS consulting group.

 
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SUCCESSFUL Service DESign in the NDIS

Wednesday 31 January,  9:30am - 3:30pm 

The NDIS goal of the ordinary life requires new service models that enable all people with disability to enjoy the same rights, privileges and responsibilities that most Australians take for granted. In this workshop, we will explore how a citizenship lens delivers better outcomes for everyone. Success involves co-design: learning to engage more closely with the voices of people with disability and their family members and translating this into services that people want and the NDIA will pay for.  Organisations who are the most successful are designing services around their organisational strengths and participants' desires. 

We will give you the tools to understand and make the most of this NDIS opportunity, including:

  • Co-design, citizenship and the NDIS 'Ordinary Life'
  • Understanding NDIS Registration Groups and the NDIS Price Guide
  • Finding and analysing the right NDIS market data
  • Testing service feasibility: tools & techniques.
 
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SPECIALIST DISABILITY ACCOMMODATION: WA MASTERCLASS

Thursday 1 February,  9:30am - 3:00pm 

This workshop will provide a solid grounding in the intricacies of SDA as they now stand as well as providing insight into some of the missing pieces. This workshop is designed for organisations and individuals thinking about developing housing in the NDIS and will cover the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) framework, including the SDA Rule & Registration Requirements and pricing and payments.

It will also cover emerging SDA business models, such as matching NDIS housing demand with supply and approaches to redeveloping existing stock. The workshop will also touch on the implementation and delivery processes for SDA, including risk management.



Facilitators

Learn, Engage, Adapt: WA NDIS TRANSITION MASTERCLASS

SUCCESSFUL SERVICE DESIGN in the ndis

 

SPECIALIST DISABILITY ACCOMMODATION MASTERCLASS


Venue

Central Perth, Venue TBC

Pricing

$380 + GST per person


FEEDBACK FOR DSC's forums

Thanks for the high energy and informative session. How you managed to maintain your energy level and artfully reframe and avoid cynical parties hijacking was quite an art!
— Daniel Maloney, Specialist Services Manager, St John of God Accord
I really admire your brain power and your optimism... I could have come back for more the next day!
— Susanna Philbey, solved4u
I wanted to congratulate you and your team on the way you took us through the journey of transition from what was, and into what is at the moment ever changing and emerging and that you delivered this with positivity and refreshing realism.
— Anne McCormick, Outlook

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