Produced from NDS’s fourth wave of the national business confidence survey of the disability sector the State of the Disability Sector is a realistic snapshot and cross-section of the disability sector with 549 disability service providers contributing.
More than half of respondents (53%) had income of less than $3M in 2015-16 and employed fewer than 50 staff. 80% of respondents were not-for-profit.
A case study focused on working together with Indigenous people and communities from a support provider operating in several jurisdictions, primarily in regional and rural locations. The report draws on service-user insights, the views of Indigenous workers and the outcomes of cultural awareness training activities.
This paper reports on the issues and proposed solutions to allied health workforce shortages in the ACT that were discussed at a forum held on 7 April 2016
The most recent of a number of Michael Goldsworthy slide sets, this presentation prepared for a workshop in the ACT in May 2016 presents a compelling set of statistics and analysis why organisations must 'adapt or die' in the changing world of human services provision.
This is a report by the organiser of a co-design workshop (Huddle) on the effect and outcome of the workshop and their observations about the perceptions of those attending. The report is pretty and, as a source of information about co-design in the disability sector, pretty useless. However, there is something to learn - both as to further resources on co-design (p.30) , including 5 simple tools (at the end) , and on understanding different types of listening (see p.39)