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15/05/2018

Moody's Message - Embracing systemic complexity

This month, David Moody breaks the Victorian NDIS issues down to bite-size pieces to see if we can embrace this complexity.
Blog
20/03/2018

Moody's Message: What would Aristotle say about SLES?

SLES is one of the ugliest-sounding acronyms in the NDIS lexicon. It is also the most important initiatives for young adults with disability.
Blog
20/03/2018

Helpdesk Top 5 - March 2018

What are the top help desk questions for March? What are the hot topics? This months Top 5 might answer a question that is on your mind.
Blog
19/02/2018

Moody's Message: Now stop, collaborate and listen

Does this title sound familiar? Find out why this song provides inspiration for an article focused on disability service providers and the NDIS.
Blog
15/01/2018

Moody's Message: The customer is king (or queen, or some other, non-monarchical supreme being)

How can you inspire your team to greater service excellence? David Moody reflects on his own recent customer service experiences.
Blog
25/10/2017

Catch Up With Cath

Acting State Manager Cath Ralston reflects on the first weeks of stepping into David Clements' shoes.
Blog
20/10/2017

Moody's Message: Talking Victorian worker registration and accreditation in regional Victoria

Many issues were raised at the second of the Victorian Government’s Worker Accreditation and Registration Workshops in regional Victoria.
Blog
20/09/2017

Moody's message: Setting the record straight on the quality of non-government disability service provision

In August, The Age published an article which made several claims about the quality of non-government disability service providers. Here is our response.
Blog
14/08/2017

Moody's message: Thoughts on innovation and introspection

How do we ignite young people to work in the disability sector? This was answered, in part, by my recent experience of the Work Plays virtual reality game.
Blog
1/08/2017

Ken Baker and Kerrie Langford present at Workability International Conference in Hong Kong

Ken and Kerrie spoke about the NDIS and Ticket to Work at the conference, which hosted over 400 people representing 20 countries.