It seems like many disability providers are looking for faster horses with their NDIS preparations focused on organisational survival and unit costing. While it's vital to understand the financial underpinnings of services, Roland Naufal explores how a focus on unit costing may ultimately kill your organisation.
The new dawn of choice and control in the NDIS is let down by outdated legal frameworks about decision making by and on behalf of people with a cognitive impairment, writes Michael Smith.
In the NDIS there will be a huge range of new opportunities, so how do we make sure we stay on mission and not just chase the next big thing?
2015 has been a huge year for the NDIS. Luke reflects on the major policy developments and gives his predictions for the even bigger year ahead.
Some of the disability service providers we've met over the last couple of years remind us of a rabbit in the headlights, seeing danger ahead but not responding. Roland explores why so many organisations are stuck and how the dramatic changes ahead will force them to move.
We are starting to see some real themes in the types of organisations who are succeeding in the NDIS and the ones who will struggle. Here's what we are seeing:
Here is a much more detailed paper on the Noahs Ark rationale and approach to Transdisciplinary practice in ECI.
Stop wondering about whether the NDIS will really happen, the bilateral agreements and COAG have it set in stone. Stop wondering if you need to merge with other organisations, that ship has sailed. It's time to change the way you do business, to change just about everything you do...