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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
15/08/2017

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.
Blog
1/08/2017

NDS, the Australian Disability and Development Consortium, and disability-inclusive development

Senior Sector Development Officer for in New South Wales, Jessica Lobo, talks about her involvement in the Australian Disability and Development Consortium.
Blog
18/07/2017

Moody's Message: The future of work and the worker of the future

Developing and growing the disability workforce of the future is one of the hottest issues for the disability sector in this period of disruptive change.
Blog
30/06/2017

David's Dissertation - June 2017

NDS Tasmanian State Manager David Clements reflects on an eventful month for the sector in this edition of David's Dissertation.
Blog
24/05/2017

David's Dissertation - May 2017

This month, NDS Tasmanian State Manager David Clements looks at survey results from NDS members who provide block-funded supported accommodation in Tasmania.
Blog
22/05/2017

Moody's Message: Getting the NDIS on Track

This month saw the release of NDS’s national paper ‘How to get the NDIS on Track’, as part of our contribution to ensuring the NDIS achieves its potential.
Blog
5/05/2017

'Attendant care' just doesn't cut it

NDS ACT State Manager Stephen Fox makes a call for a new system of classification in the disability services sector.
Blog
24/04/2017

The Dignity of Work, or Why People with Disability have the Right to a Job

Martin Luther King observed that, “No work is insignificant. All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity.” Never a truer word was spoken.