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News update

NSW COVID-19 News flash: Exemption for vaccine boosters further extended to 6 September 2022

NSW Health has further extended the current exemption for COVID-19 booster shots for double vaccinated workers deemed essential to providing support.

Renew your NDS membership before EOFY

Don’t miss your chance to renew your NDS membership before 2022-23 budgets come into effect.
News update

Clarification on therapy supports: NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Limits

Further clarification has been provided around the listing of therapy supports in the 2022-2023 NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits.
Sector Meeting

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.
News update

Changes announced to NDIS Pricing for employment supports include significant indexation

Employment service providers are advised that the NDIA has increased NDIS prices and price limits by almost 9 per cent to take effect from 1 July 2022.
News update

Registrations open for NSW CEO and Senior Leader Briefing

Registrations are open for disability senior leaders to join NDS CEO Laurie Leigh, NDIS Commissioner Tracy Mackey, and other senior leaders for a discussion of the hot issues facing the disability sector...
News update

Analysis of NDIS 2022-2023 Pricing Arrangements and Limits

Some positive news and some areas that will require further examination, the Agency has released its NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits for 2022-23.
News update

EOFY offer: Custom LMS for NDS members

Enjoy 20 percent off a custom learning management system (LMS) for the first year, with any new purchase of Workforce Essentials before 1 July 2022 by NDS members.
Media release

Worth the Wait - A Welcome Recognition of Provider Costs

NDS has warmly welcomed the announcement of the NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits, including a 9 per cent increase in prices and an additional $514 million in funding for registered providers.
News update

NSW Budget 2022-23: Spending aimed at supporting women and disaster recovery but little new for the disability sector

NSW 2022-23 Budget sees a focus on supporting communities to recover from COVID-19 and floods, health workforce issues, and supporting women but includes little aimed at people with disabilities.