The Future Proofing your NDIS Service conference takes place in August in Sydney. Book now to learn from the first trial site service providers.
The official NDIS rollout is here but there are a few challenges still to be considered.
The scheme was launched across all states and territories (except WA) on 1 July, and will provide all Australians under the age of 65 with a permanent and significant disability with the reasonable and necessary supports they need to live an ordinary life.
Not all Australians with disability are set to benefit from the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
On 1 July the nation-wide rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme began. By the time it’s fully implemented in 2019 it’s estimated 460,000 people with disability will receive a support package.
The $22-billion-per-year scheme, twice the size of the previous system, has been largely welcomed by the disability sector, promising more support for more people.
But not all Australians with disability will benefit – some will be eligible but won’t …
Sponsored: Today you either disrupt yourself or someone else will! Learn from the who’s who of global thinkers and innovators at the 6th Creative Innovation 2016 Asia Pacific Global event (Ci2016), 7 to 9 November 2016 at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.
Retail, the media, airlines, telecommunications, professional services and insurance firms, even governments globally are all in the throes of fundamental change in response to disruption. Is it a threat to your industry or profession, a problem to be managed – or an opportunity to be …
Sponsored: Effective time management is a concept that many struggle with but by approaching tasks with the right level of energy, more can be accomplished. HLB Mann Judd’s director, business advisory services, Kate Blecich explains.
When I am facilitating time management workshops, I often find myself recounting the phrase: “Time is finite and energy is infinite. So we should all channel more energy and find things that inspire us to fill our days.”
At a recent meeting I recounted this to a workshop group that were …
Applications for 2016 Macquarie Group Foundation Innovation Fellowship are now open. Paul Edginton, the CEO of SYC, a national Not for Profit centred on employment, training and youth services was the joint winner in 2014. Here he reflects on the value of international study trips.
I was recently a plenary speaker at the Social Capital Conference in Adelaide where an audience member asked if I thought international study trips were of value to the Not for Profit sector. In short, my answer was yes. There is …