The Basics of Assistive Technology (AT) for Participants

The World Health Organisation’s definition for assistive technology is, “any device or system that allows individuals to perform tasks they would otherwise be unable to do or increases the ease and safety with which tasks can be performed”. The NDIS adopts the same definition but clearly stipulates that it does not include the flowing: Publicly accessible […]

Providers supporting independent living

At the core of the NDIS goals and objectives is the purpose to provide people with disabilities with the support that they require in order for them to live as independently as they possibly can. It is through collaboration with registered service providers that they are able to achieve this, and one way they do […]

Market Diversity is very important to the NDIA, Providers and Participants

The NDIA acts as a market steward for Australias disability marketplace. This means that the agency is tasked with exercising oversight as well as overseeing the development of the NDIS marketplace. Not only will it provide certainty for existing providers but also new entrants who wish to join and serve participants. The agency intends to […]

As A Provider, You Should Always Measure Outcomes and Report

As an NDIS provider, it is important to keep track of not only the state of the services you provide, but also the progress of the NDIS participants receiving supports from you. This involves the thorough measuring of outcomes of the various participants benefiting from your service provision, in line with their plans and objectives. […]

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