The Productivity Commission has today released its position paper on the NDIS Costs. Brent Woolgar outlines the highlights
Earlier this week, NDIS CEO David Bowen released a statement about the NDIA's approach to improving processes. In this amusing article, Support Coordinator, Sam Paior translates the statement into layman's terms.
In-kind funding is potentially the biggest threat to choice and control in NDIS housing and much of the detail about why is in the just published Specialist Disability Accommodation Rule, writes Luke Bo'sher.
The Productivity Commission (PC) has released the Issues Paper for the Review of NDIS Costs. As Brent Woolgar explains, it’s thrown just about every contentious NDIS issue up in the air for consideration.
The NDIA has released its first quarterly report since the beginning of the national rollout. In this article Evie picks out six of the most significant lessons that providers can learn from the data.
These resources provide an overview of the critical factors that should be influences business decisions for DSPs. For organisations seeking some solid guidance on commercialising services, this is a great place to start.
This is fantastic guide from COAG that delineates the principles that determine the responsibilities of the NDIS vs other service systems, including health, mental health, employment, early childhood development, child protection, education, housing, transport, justice and aged care.
The review Christian Porter set up into the NDIS Portal is in. And it is not good news for the NDIA. Roland Naufal outlines key elements of the PWC report
The NDIA has recently released a series of Market Position Statements which provide some fantastic data on the emerging NDIS marketplace, allowing providers to better understand areas of expected demand growth and the characteristics of particular markets.
You've probably heard that the NDIA will spend $22b a year on disability services for about 450,000 people. In this article, Mark digs deeper into the numbers you may not have heard and what they mean for NDIS service providers.
Alongside the big rollout announcement this week was the fine print of what it will look like. This article looks at the detail of exactly which groups transition when, as well how people above the NDIS age cut off will be supported.
The National Disability Insurance Agency released its quarterly report at the end of August 2015. The report shows that the scheme now has almost 20,000 participants with $950 million committed in participant plans. In this article we have picked out nine of the most important lessons that providers can learn from the data.
Market analysis doesn't have to be complicated! All you really need to do is ask the right people the right questions. Here are some simple tips to help you get started.