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The NDIS will spend around $4.4 billion on Allied Health at full rollout.
Getting NDIS ready can seem complex. But in truth, you don’t even need to register with the NDIS to get started. Our Allied Health Subject Matter Specialist Consultants can assist you with the when, where, how and what of the NDIS.
NDIS SUBJECT MATTER SPECIALISTS
DSC's Subject Matter Specialists are sector leaders in their fields.
Angela brings the trifecta of perspectives to her work at DSC, with an extensive background in the disability sector, an MBA and lived experience as the mother of a young NDIS Participant.
Angela has 16 years experience working in Allied Health across many sectors including public hospital, tertiary education, private enterprise, research and project management with the Victorian DHHS. She is passionate about person-centred care, value based practise and promoting Allied Health.
Angela is a Subject Matter Specialist in Allied Health.
INSIGHT IN ACTION
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.
As NDIS participants become more market savvy, allied health providers are going need to make some conscious decisions about how to differentiate themselves. Sally provides guidance with the 5 things she always looks for in allied health providers.
The NDIA relies on the advice of allied health professionals to determine if people are eligible for Specialist Disability Accommodation and the extent of their funding. This guide developed by the Summer Foundation supports practitioners with the information, resources and templates they need to conduct a housing assessment.
What we do
DSC is where NDIS expertise lives. Check out the links below to find out more about our specialist NDIS work.