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Quality Use of Medication

Event start date: 18/06/2024
NDS has partnered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia to deliver the Quality Use of Medication series for disability services.

Diversifying Employment Disability Awareness Training

Event start date: 18/06/2024
Free training for businesses and employers interested in the benefits of diversifying their workforce

RICM: Investigations and Complaints Workshops

Event start date: 18/06/2024
The workshops aim to introduce providers to the Risk, Incidents and Complaints Management Resources (nds.org.au) and how to use these effectively.

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NDS analyses DRC recommendations on employment

In our continuing analysis of key recommendations from the Disability Royal Commission report, NDS’s Policy Team looks at employment.

NDS Policy Roundup

The NDS Policy Roundup gives you the latest advocacy updates and critical policy changes that directly affect the disability sector.

NDIA hold face-to face sessions on the new PACE system

The NDIA are holding face-to-face meetings around Australia to give an overview of the PACE computer system and portal.

SIL provider contributions needed to co-design Active Support practice guide

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The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission has invited Supported Independent Living (SIL) providers to help co-design resources for the wider implementation of Active Support. Providers can register their interest by Friday 4 August to take part in interviews, workshops and focus groups. 

The consultation follows the final report from the Commission’s Own Motion Inquiry into Aspects of Supported Accommodation in the NDIS, which examined over 7000 reportable incidents and complaints received about supported accommodation over a four-year period. Part of the inquiry looked at best practice models and it commissioned Professor Christine Bigby of the Living with Disability Research Centre at La Trobe University to conduct a literature review.  

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