Our ideas for realising the ambition of the NDIS

As implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and its cost-effectiveness comes under increased scrutiny, we put forward our ideas in 2017 about how we could realise the NDIS ambition and control costs in the long run.

In 2017, TACSI and The Difference Incubator (TDi) worked with 18 service providers to identify what it would take to be viable under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and deliver on the ambition of the NDIS for people with a disability.

The report contains recommendations for funders of capability building as well as resources for providers.

 

The challenge for 2018 and beyond will be to build communities for change around these areas to ensure bold ideas that are created can, and are, implemented successfully.

Read ‘NDIS Readiness and Beyond’, our report that explores designing new NDIS readiness supports with and for providers to deliver on the ambition of the NDIS

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