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Finance and Sustainability Sub-Committee

The Finance and Sustainability Sub-Committee provides a state-wide focus regarding strategies and issues that impact on the sustainability of disability service delivery, within the NDS membership.
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Quality and Safeguarding Forum

WA providers will have the opportunity to discuss the latest information and insights on the hot topics and challenges facing managers and leaders of quality management and safeguarding.
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WA Clinical & Allied Health Sub-Committee

The Clinical and Allied Health Sub-Committee provides a state-wide focus regarding allied health strategies and issues that impact on the sustainability of disability service delivery, within the NDS...

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NDS Victorian State Conference 2019

text reads, NDS Victorian Conference 4-5 March 2019, From Obstacles to Opportunities
Location: Crown Conference Centre, Melbourne
Date: 4/03/2019 to 5/03/2019
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Registrations close Wednesday, 27 February at 5.00pm

The theme of the NDS Victorian State Conference 2019, ‘From Obstacles to Opportunities’, defines our focus: working together to understand where we’ve come from and where we want to go as a sector.

The conference offers members the opportunity to network with colleagues, explore examples of good practice in service delivery, better understand the implications of NDIS policy and current practice, hear from speakers from outside our sector whose perspectives may lend themselves to adoption within our sector, and reflect on what has been a challenging period for disability and community mental health providers in Victoria, and around Australia.

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For any enquiries, please contact Anneka Hancock, National, Events Assistant, 02 9256 3192,