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NFPs (including Disability Service Providers) Struggling to Get Volunteers

A new report has found that 86 per cent of volunteer involving organisations (disability service providers included) are struggling to get the numbers they need.

Creating value in the new world of the NDIS

Discusses the disability sector as a market and how the customer has changed from being the Government who funded services to the end service user. The NDIS is dramatically changing disability service provision.

Requirements for FACS Funded Disability Service Providers – Working With Children...

  Requirements for FACS Funded Disability Service Providers - Working With Children Checks It is a legislative requirement under the Child Protection (Working with...

Learn, Engage and Adapt: A New Way of Leading in the...

The NDIS is bringing many unpredictable forces to play – new players, disruptive models, uncertain and rapidly changing regulatory requirements, new technologies and a fledgling market place. All this combines with consumers beginning to take the reins of decision making about their choice of goods and services. The NDIS environment is thus an extremely complex context in which to do business.

Value Propositions: Maintain Family Relationships in the NDIS

There is a conflict in the NDIS around individual planning and service delivery and the person's greater family network which can provide valuable support to the disabled person.

Costing & Pricing Learning Program for Disability Service Providers

NDS and the Curtin University Not-for-profit Initiative have developed a practical learning program aimed at increasing costing and pricing skills for disability service providers across Australia.

NDIS Innovation Blockers

The NDIS is certainly changing the model of disability service provision, the amount of money available and individual planning compared to block funded services but has it actually brought any innovation or radical change to disability services as was promised?