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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.
Blog
21/03/2017

David's Dissertation - March 2017

2017 is well and truly underway and there are definitely a number of challenges looming on the horizon, says NDS Tasmanian State Manager David Clements.
Blog
30/01/2017

2017: Starting off as we finished last year

Welcome to 2017, and what a busy and important year it’s going to be for our sector in its transition to the NDIS.
Blog
16/01/2017

David’s Dissertation: Welcome to 2017

2017 is going to be another busy year for the disability sector in Tasmania. Here are some early notes from NDS Tasmanian State Manager David Clements.
Blog
14/10/2016

Methodical and passionate: The current sector in Victoria

In the first instalment of his blog, Victoria State Manager David Moody discusses the importance of feedback and heralds positive approaches to NDIS changes.
Blog
30/09/2016

Preventing a social earthquake

In his first blog, NT State Manager John Trezise advocates for legal reform in order to avoid catastrophic social problems affecting marginalised people.
Blog
16/09/2016

Whatever happened to the NGO Compact?

While considering the angst around myplace recently, NSW State Manager Tony Pooley thought there must be a more productive way to roll out this vital scheme.