Successful Service Design in the NDIS
Wednesday 31 January
9:30am - 3:30pm
Adina Apartments Perth
33 Mounts Bay Road
The NDIS goal of the ordinary life requires new service models that enable all people with disability to enjoy the same rights, privileges and responsibilities that most Australians take for granted. In this workshop, we will explore how a citizenship lens delivers better outcomes for everyone. Success involves co-design: learning to engage more closely with the voices of people with disability and their family members and translating this into services that people want and the NDIA will pay for. Organisations who are the most successful are designing services around their organisational strengths and participants' desires.
We will give you the tools to understand and make the most of this NDIS opportunity, including:
Co-design, citizenship and the NDIS 'Ordinary Life'
Understanding NDIS Registration Groups and the NDIS Price Guide
Finding and analysing the right NDIS market data
Testing service feasibility: tools & techniques.
Evie is an all rounder, a content guru, an NDIS nerd and DSC pinch hitter. She holds both a Masters degree in Sustainable Development from HEC Paris and a Media Communications degree from the University of Melbourne. Evie has been at DSC since the start and is the engine room of our content driven marketing success. She is an outstanding writer, presenter and service developer.
Early in her career, Evie worked on cutting edge Human Centred Design service development strategies for Procter & Gamble in Kenya and Brazil. Evie is an expert in NDIS detail, working with organisations around Australia at all stages of the NDIS journey. She has been influential in building the sector's understanding of NDIS Support Coordination, and is well known for her unique love of sharks and the NDIS Price Guide.
Leighton a consultant, facilitator, parent, former academic, self-confessed cricket tragic and committed bush walker. When he is not tramping through the bush somewhere, he is using his many talents to assists organisations with strategically important projects. Leighton is extremely passionate about creating a society that includes, values and amplifies the voice of people with disabilities. His work is deeply informed by his experience as the father of a young man with complex disability support needs.
Leighton is a member of Australia’s National Disability Insurance Agency’s Intellectual Disability Reference Group, a qualified Company Director, and a University Associate with Curtin University’s School of Occupational Therapy & Social Work. He has spoken at numerous national and international conferences, and has worked with service providers and government agencies in Australia and Canada.
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