The successful applicants of the first round of ILC National Readiness Grants have now been announced.
The 2017 Budget confirmed that the NDIS will be fully funded by an increase in the Medicare levy. Evie looks at what this means and explores what else Budget 2017 had to say about the NDIS.
The Victorian Government has released an expression of interest to identify providers that it could transfer some DHHS run services to.
Feros Care, Latrobe Community Health, Carers QLD and IWC have been announced as the new LACs across several 2017 rollout regions.
Bruce Bonyhady, the inaugural Chair of the NDIS has now left the Board. It has been a difficult birth for the NDIS under Bruce’s leadership and this article draws on the issues he raised as most challenging for the future in his parting letter to Minister Porter and the NDIS Standing Council.
In a move that calls into question the 'National' component of the NDIS, Western Australia has decided it will run its own version of the NDIS.
Jenna Williams explores our concerns with the SA Government's readiness approach and provides some advice on how grant applicants can make the most of the funding.
Townsville exemplifies some of the NDIS areas where QLD has significant challenges to overcome but also enormous opportunity for innovation and leadership.
Today the NDIA released tenders for Local Area Coordination (LAC) and Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Partners in 16 roll out regions across Victoria, Queensland, South Australia & ACT.
Commonwealth and Queensland governments have finally agreed to the full roll out of the NDIS in Queensland, starting from July.
The NDIA has just released the overarching pricing framework for how it will calculate and pay for NDIS Housing. It is also calling for innovative housing ideas in the Barwon trial site in an unusual Request for Information.
The first outsourced LAC’s in Victoria will be tendered out before Christmas. In a big contract and an even bigger policy development, one LAC provider will be selected for each of the three Victorian areas.
Townsville, Charters Towers and Palm Island will be the first regions in Queensland to sign up to the NDIS as the Queensland State Government today announced plans to roll out the scheme six months ahead of schedule in North Queensland.
Governments have today released the six principles that will guide the NDIS’s $700 million housing capital budget. This announcement has been a long time coming and includes very important information in it that sets the foundations for how NDIS accommodation will work.
As the plans for the national roll out of the NDIS were being finalized, there have also been big changes in how the NDIA will look, including the outsourcing of 7000 jobs and possible co-location with Centrelink.
Today the NDIS roll out schedule was released by the Prime Minister and the Premiers of NSW and Victoria. Governments have kept their promise to deliver the NDIS on time and in full. Read here to find out when the NDIS will be rolled out in your region.
The federal government has set their sights on an overhaul of the NDIS board, with a plan to replace current members with people from the corporate sector.
We are very excited to share with you our first video resource! In this video, we interview Greg Were from Community Data Solutions to get his insight into choosing the right software for NDIS compliance.