Australian courts and tribunals have set no shortage of legal precedents when it comes to transports. Sara explores whether Agency policies align with these judgements, or whether they are getting transport all wrong.
The NDIA and Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) have been denying people with significant disabilities access to the Scheme because they refused invasive, controversial or expensive medical treatments. Sara explores why this is happening and what it means for the principle of informed medical consent.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 Government has morning announced a long awaited increase in the prices for NDIS funded therapy, attendant care and community participation.
We often hear providers complain about the hefty cost of implementing a new quality and safeguarding system, let alone annual audits! In this article, Jess shares the secret to keeping auditors away for longer.
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.
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…
In the first article of this series, Roland & Vanessa explore the 6 opportunities providers are missing to improve Participant outcomes while increasing revenue.
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.
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.
In Part 2 of our series examining the explosive PM v NDIA case, Sara explores where the Tribunal fell on the Participant’s Core budget. The wide reaching case covers Activities of Daily Living, Consumables and Sustaining Informal Supports. It is not one to be missed.
The latest Quarterly Report has finally included some SDA data. Brent explores what we can learn from it!
In an NDIS environment dominated by uncertainty and change, how do you avoid getting lost in the confusion? As Roland explores, there is no map to meaningful success, you have to find your internal compass instead.