As you are by now probably aware, the new NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework will begin rolling out in July later this year. If you are not already a quality and safeguarding nerd, it is time to become one. We have put together some handy links to help you on this journey.
If there is one thing we know here at DSC, it is that providers have a lot of questions about service agreements. To help out, Jess explores what must go in them, what can’t be in them, who can sign them and more.
There is one crucial word that is often missing from conversations about the NDIS or quality and safeguarding. Leighton explores how if we are serious about our mission to support people with disability to live a good life, it is time to start using the f-word.
The Quality and Safeguarding Commission has announced some pretty significant changes that signal a more proportionate approach to auditing. Jess explores the implications these could have for providers.
Under the new Quality and Safeguarding Commission, the registration groups that you select will impact the scope of your audit. So Jess has created a handy resource to help you understand how the registration groups align with the NDIS Modules you will be assessed against.
For the first time, Australia will soon have a national register of all cleared and excluded NDIS workers across all jurisdictions. Jess explores what providers need to know before the database begins to roll out in July.
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.