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Risk, incidents and complaints management

Risk, Incidents and Complaints Management Resources

These resources support providers to understand and meet standards and drive continuous quality improvement to raise both the standard and safety of service delivery to NDIS Participants.
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Media release

Disability services peak body welcomes Royal Commission report

NDS welcomes the Royal Commission report. We are ready and willing to play a role in reforms and believe providers have a valuable contribution to make.
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News update

NDS online round table to address medication safety

Disability service providers and health professionals to discuss sector challenges in safe medicine use.
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News update

Applications soon open for TAC Small Grants for disability projects

Applications for grants for projects that improve the lives of TAC clients and people with disability open on 16 October.
A message from NDS CEO Laurie Leigh
News update

A message from NDS CEO, Laurie Leigh: Challenging Times

NDS is committed to ensuring people with disability get the high quality and safe services they deserve, and to supporting providers to achieve best practice.
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Online Event

Round table: Quality Use of Medications and Medication Standards in the Disability Sector

The NDS Quality Use of Medications in the Disability Sector, a Round Table will bring together disability services providers and health professionals from across Australia for a forum to discuss medication...
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Scheduled Training

Setting up Buddy Programs for Organisations

A guide to successfully creating a framework for Buddy shifts to support successful staff orientation.
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Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991: An overview

Join Claudia Diaz Amayo, Project Officer, Engagement and Corporate Services from the Queensland Human Rights Commission to learn about what is covered by the Act, when and where discrimination is unlawful...
Northern Territory Disability Inclusion Awards
News update

Nominations close soon for the NT Disability Inclusion Awards

Your chance to recognise exceptional Territorians committed to improving the lives of people with disability closes on 29 September.