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DES: How are we going, and where are we going?

NDS would like to invite Queensland disability employment providers to hear the latest trends and future forecasting with Jason McKey. 
Online Event
Online Event

Prevention and Management of Aggression in Community Care Services, WorkSafe Project Outcomes

Briefing on the outcomes of the WorkSafe project, Prevention and Management of Aggression in Community Care Services by Kath Jones, Senior Inspector WorkSafe Service Industries and Specialists Directorate.
Special Event
Special Event

Disability Support Awards Nomination Masterclass

The nomination masterclass will assist you in preparing your nomination of an individual or team for the 2021 WA Disability Support Awards.

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Media release
Media release

2021 Federal budget: An NDIS cost blowout or just natural growth as planned?

NDS is calling for all political parties to 'drop the politics' after it was revealed the NDIS scheme’s recent blowout saga was consistent with forecasted scheme growth.
In the media
In the media

AAP: Scott Morrison warns of NDIS cost blowouts

PM says the future of the NDIS is at stake unless ballooning costs are brought under control. NDS's CEO believes the government should focus on the return on investment rather than the outlay.
News update
News update

FWC Releases Tranche 2 Decision in SCHADS Award Review

The Fair Work Commission has released a comprehensive decision on Tranche 2 substantive claims raised through the review of the SCHADS Award.

Consultation on NDIS interventions for children on the autism spectrum

Two people discussing a document

Determining appropriate levels of support for children on the autism spectrum has generated substantial debate since the NDIS began. Building on the review of interventions for autism undertaken by the Autism CRC and released last year, the NDIA is now inviting comments on the Interventions for children on the autism spectrum consultation paper, which outlines the guidance to be included in policies, procedures and operational guidelines.

The paper describes 7 principles to inform NDIS reasonable and necessary decisions related to early interventions for children on the autism spectrum and 7 standards for how therapy and supports for children on the autism spectrum should be applied.

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