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5/01/2022
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Disability interface meetings

NDS is hosting an interface meeting for Tasmanian providers with the Department of Communities, other relevant government departments and the disability sector.
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6/06/2022
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DES May Performance Report Webinar

NDS has conducted a detailed analysis of the performance report for May 2022 and is planning to deliver a Queensland-wide webinar to examine and discuss the results.
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16/06/2022
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ACT Disability Sector Quarterly Forum

This forum will include presentations on the ACT Disability Strategy, SCHADS Award and pricing review plus an update and Q and A from the Office of the Senior Practitioner.

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Sector Meeting
5/01/2022
Sector Meeting

Disability interface meetings

NDS is hosting an interface meeting for Tasmanian providers with the Department of Communities, other relevant government departments and the disability sector.

The New NDIS Practice Standards: Focus on the new Emergency and Disaster Management Standard

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Location: Queensland (online)
Date: 4/08/2022

This follow-up session will focus on all the detailed requirements of the Emergency and Disaster Management Standard. What are the targeted outcomes of this new standard?

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In late 2021, the NDIS Commission announced the addition of three new practice standards to the NDIS Practice Standards. There were also a number of changes and additions made to quality indicators throughout the Practice Standards. 

Webinar 2: Focus on the new Emergency and Disaster Management Standard: What do providers need to put in place? 

This follow-up session will focus on all the detailed requirements of the Emergency and Disaster Management Standard. What are the targeted outcomes of this new standard? What needs to be done by providers? What are the specific obligations of the provider’s governing body? And what resources are available assist? 

Attendees with hear the perspective of an Auditor, who can provide their insights from recent audit engagements.

Please note: These webinars will not be recorded.

Who Should Attend?

Disability service CEOs, senior management, governance and policy staff.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, 4 August
Time: 1:00 to 2:00pm
Location: Online

Cost

Free 

Presenters

Fiona Loughlan

As CEO of the Institute for Healthy Communities Australia, Fiona Loughlan has a wealth of knowledge and experience in helping all kinds of health and community service organisations to develop cultures that value continuous quality improvement, making a lasting impact on customer safety and satisfaction. Her experience spans across strategy, leadership, and governance where she has worked with organisations in navigating current challenges and exploring potential.

Quentin Jones

Quentin Jones is a Director and co-owner of Breaking New Ground (BNG). BNG is the leading provider of online solutions for Australian community and health service providers in the areas of quality standards, quality management systems and organisational capacity building. Quentin has worked with a number of government departments and peak organisations nationally, in the areas of standards development, compliance and quality improvement.

   

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