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The Hierarchy of Needs – As Applied to NDIS Transition

Contributor, Thursday, 15th February 2018 -  When applying Maslow’s hierarchy to the NDIS, what sits at the bottom of the pyramid depends on where an organisation is now, and how significantly they are affected by NDIS, writes

Calls to Overhaul NDIS to Better Accommodate Indigenous Australians

Luke Michael, Monday, 5th February 2018 -  A First Peoples advocacy group has called for an overhaul of the National Disability Insurance Scheme to better accommodate Indigenous people, after a study found ill-health and

New Report Highlights NDIS Gaps for People With Severe Mental Illness

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 31st January 2018 -  A new report has warned that the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme will leave many people with psychosocial disability without appropriate mental health support.

Predictions for 2018: NFP Recruitment

Richard Green, Tuesday, 30th January 2018 -  With good candidates in even shorter supply this year, NFPs will need to focus on improving employee retention and attraction strategies in 2018 writes NGO Recruitment director

NDIS: Get Big, Get Niche or Get Out

Contributor, Tuesday, 30th January 2018 -  Ahead of their upcoming Delivering Quality in the NDIS Conference, Criterion ask: Where are we now when it comes to the NDIS? Back in 2013 at the very first pre-NDIS conference, “

Frustrations Remain with NDIS Implementation in South Australia

Luke Michael, Thursday, 25th January 2018 -  Disability advocates remain frustrated with the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in South Australia, despite the federal government making an “extremely

People With Severe Mental Illness Struggling With NDIS Transition

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 17th January 2018 -  Concerns have been raised that people with severe mental health issues are “falling through the gaps” of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, as the government has acknowledged

Predictions for 2018: Co-operatives

Melina Morrison, Thursday, 11th January 2018 -  Co-operatives are coming into their own as an economic force for good, writes Melina Morrison, CEO of the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals, in the second in a series of

Privatisation Poses New Challenges for NFPs Managing Their Workforce

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 9th January 2018 -  As the disability and aged care sectors become increasingly privatised, not for profits face unique challenges integrating ex-government employees into their workforce, a leading

New Research Measures the Value of Volunteers for People With Disability

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 9th January 2018 -  A major new research project has been launched in a bid to measure the value of volunteers for people with disabilities and to identify models of best practice that will pave the way

Disability Sector Calls on States to Value Advocacy as Federal Govt Announces $5M Funding

Wendy Williams, Monday, 18th December 2017 -  The disability sector has welcomed the announcement of more than $5 million of federal funding for advocacy work, and called on the states and territories to look to the federal government’s

Australians Encouraged To Have Their Say on Future of Supported Employment

Luke Michael, Friday, 8th December 2017 -  People with disability and those involved in the disability and employment sectors have been encouraged to have their say on the future of supported employment, with the release
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