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The NDIS in Practice is a comprehensive collection of resources for disability service providers divided into six categories. Each category contains a series of topics that you can access at your own pace and at any time. Choose a topic below to explore its content:
Practical Guidance to Operating in the NDIS
The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has reformed the way people with disability receive supports in Australia.
Tune into the Sector Development Project podcast to listen to discussions delving into key NDIS topics.
Reflections from the Sector – Support Coordination
Hear from different disability service providers about the most important skills and attributes of a Support Coordinator.
NDIS Fundamentals for Boards
The expectations of organisational Board members in the new NDIS environment are not to be underestimated. But what do Boards need to consider, and where can they find the guidance?
Redesigning Organisations and Leaders for the Cyber-Physical Age
Presented by Bendelta, in this webinar series you will learn how to create the strategy, structure, culture and engagement to enable your organisation to flourish in the next decade.
Communication through Change
In this webinar series, Natalie and Kate from Avivo present a case study of the organisation's journey towards becoming a network of self-managed teams and the lessons learnt along the way.
Marketing in the NDIS
Marketing in the NDIS, presented by Think HQ is designed to support providers operating in an NDIS environment to understand marketing theory and how to apply it to their organisation.
In this webinar series, Helen Sanderson uses practical examples to demonstrate the key components of wellbeing teams and how they can benefit staff and organisations.
This webinar explains what high-performance teams are and how your organisation can use this model of working to become more responsive to client needs.
What Every Board Member Should Know About Your Finances
This webinar series, presented by Our Community, will equip Board members of disability service providers with the knowledge and confidence to ask the 'right' questions.