Many of us have been in the unfortunate position of waiting patiently for the Agency to make a decision about an internal review, but is there any recourse for Participants if this takes an unreasonable amount of time? Rob explores the details of a Tribunal case that deals with this very issue.
It recently occurred to our superstar Sally that there are many NDIS warriors out there fighting a battle on two fronts. But what could these seemingly completely different things possible have in common? Turns out, quite a lot.
Late last year, we collect nominations for the 2018 DSC Provider Award for Leadership. We are now pleased to be able to announce the winner...
The flexibility of NDIS Plans introduces a whole heap of new threats to the provider landscape. Sally explores how values-based, strategic marketing can support providers to overcome these risks and meet their business objectives.
The latest quarterly report has just been dropped, setting up the agenda for 2019. Sara combs through the report, finding all the details that providers need to know.
The first time you go through it, registering or renewing with the Commission can be a bit on the laborious and expensive side. So Ann explores the ins and outs of whether registration is really worth a provider’s while.
The Federal Government has announced applications are open for the first Information, Linkages and Capacity Building grant for economic and community participation. Elizabeth guides you through the nuts and bolts of this opportunity.
In this second article in our series on enhancing organisational revenue and Participant outcomes, Brent Woolgar details the ways so many organisations are being hamstrung by leaving money on the (SIL quoting) table.
Last year, we called out for nominations for the DSC Annual Provider Award for NDIS Transition. We are excited to award it to a provider who tackled the challenges of NDIS transition with creativity and fantastic stakeholder engagement.
What would you do differently if you could start your NDIS journey from the beginning? Two years after his original hit blog, Rob explores what he would change about his transition if he could turn back time… for a second time.
Today, after many years of agitating and advocating we have finally received some VERY good news about SDA. Brent explores the exciting changes announced with the outcomes of SDA Framework Review.
A new NDIS Price Guide is in effect as of 1 February 2019 and the changes that have been made are not exactly what we were expecting…
We all know that Tribunal rulings are important, but they are so bloody looooong. Sara’s tips and tricks are here to help you get through the rulings, without taking years out of your life.
In the first article of this series, Roland & Vanessa explore the 6 opportunities providers are missing to improve Participant outcomes while increasing revenue.
Registering as an NDIS provider is complicated. Here is a free guide to the process and some resources to help you through the journey.
In the midst of all the panic about the new restrictive practices regulations, it is crucial that we don’t loss sight of the human rights imperative that is driving these changes. As Jess explores, this is a unique opportunity that we cannot afford to ignore.
It is no secret that people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds have a tougher time accessing disability supports. That is why this new multilingual resource, developed by Settlement Services International, is well overdue.
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.