The NDIA have released an update to the 2019/20 Price Guide with some changes to group prices and some more clarifications.
With the Quality and Safeguards Commission and associated audits rolling out across the country, providers need to get on top of non-compliant service agreements ASAP. To help, Evie has created an essential free resource to help providers work out what they can and cannot say in a service agreement.
Last Friday’s meeting of COAG’s Disability Reform Council has radically redefined the division of responsibility between NDIS and health services. Sara explore which health-related supports the NDIS will now be funding.
With the new Price Guide comes a whole heap of changes for allied health services working in the NDIS. Angela explores the 7 developments that all allied health service providers need to know.
That time of year is here again! The NDIA have released the new Price Guides, which will come into effect as of 1 July.
With a Support Coordinator still being a relatively new role, many Support Coordinators are finding that any and every task is landing on their desk. Evie explores what the job of Support Coordinator actually is, and what task sit firmly outside its boundaries.
Changing IT systems can be one of the biggest stresses that providers in the disability sector will face. Rob explores what you need to consider before taking the plunge.
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) has just released a mind-blowing judgement that could fundamentally alter the types of supports funded by the NDIS. Sara explores the implications of this groundbreaking verdict.
It has been widely reported that the NDIA is knocking back appeals that a Support Coordinator has assisted in lodging. But how legal is this approach? Lee explores the potential implications.
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.
Could it be possible that reversing one small policy decision could have the power to radically transform the performance of the NDIS? Sara explores why removing the staffing cap is the practical solution that we can no longer ignore.
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.
The latest quarterly report has a whole new set of priceless data on SDA. Brent explores how providers can use this information to better understand supply and demand in their region.
As part of the Boosting the Local Care Workforce program, the Department of Social Services has released a new NDIS Demand Map that every provider needs to know about.
The latest quarterly report was just dropped last week. In case you were too busy to read it yourself, Sara has summarised the top 7 takeaways that providers need to know.
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.
In the third instalment of our Revenue Revisited series, Evie tackles one of the most common challenges that Support Coordination providers face: understanding and increasing your organisation's billable hours. .
The federal budget: boring to read, but very important to the disability sector. Sara summaries what it says about the royal commission, mental health funding, new disability pension reporting requirements and the famous NDIS underspend.
DSS recently announced new funding to assist providers and organisation to grow into the NDIS market. Rob Woolley explores the details.
Which Brad Pitt film has the most relevance to NDIS providers today? Rob gives you the answer, along with some essential tips on how to measure success in the New World.