Survive, thrive & grow in a competitive market
Conference Date
6th December 2018
Location
Karstens Brisbane
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Overview

Becoming an agile, lean & sustainable NDIS service provider
Since the rollout of the NDIS, service providers have been, and continue to, grapple with significant organisational transformation in adapting to a new market driven business model, while delivering on their mission. Being a sustainable service provider under the NDIS has compelled service providers to rethink their business strategy and direction as a whole. How well positioned an organisation is to not only survive but grow is often dependent on aligning processes, systems and people.

This NDIS Financial Sustainability Masterclass will provide a practical and comprehensive guide to help service providers operate more efficiently, diversify revenue streams and navigate change. Develop a toolkit of strategies to improve your financial and organisational performance under the NDIS and learn how survive, thrive and grow in a competitive market.

Who will attend?
NDIS service providers with roles and responsibilities for:
  • CEO
  • CFO/Director of Finance
  • COO/Director of Operations
  • GM State Manager/Regional Manager
  • Manager NDIS/Disability Services
  • Finance Manager/Accountant/Financial Planning
  • Business Managers
  • General Managers

Attend to learn:

  • Strengthen your financial & organisational performance
  • Develop a solid business strategy to survive & grow
  • Eliminate costly process & organisational inefficiencies
  • Drive a better business culture to lead your organisation to success
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Key Speakers

Torrien Lau
Chief Executive Officer
Focus Act
John Gavens
Partner - Audit and Assurance
Crowe Horwath Australasia

Sponsors

What People Are Saying

  • “The conference gave me a great insight into some of the experiences, pitfalls and successes of the organisations who have partially or fully transitioned which will aid us as we complete our transition to NDIS”

    Karen Wetzler
    Coastlink & Attendee at Financial Sustainability for the NDIS Conference 2017
  • “Fantastic learning’s from real people navigating the choppy waters of the NDIS.”

    Peter Monaghan
    Centacare & Attendee at Financial Sustainability for the NDIS Conference 2017

Blog

  • Date: 22 Mar 2019  By: Ash Natesh

    According to the AFR, SDA is predicted to be a $5 billion industry backed by the National Disability Insurance Scheme. With the introduction of the SDA funding model, the desire to construct houses for individuals with a disability is plentiful, however, the challenges accompanied with that desire have proven to be as equally extensive. The …

  • Date: 21 Feb 2019  By: Ash Natesh

    On 8 February 2019 the Hon Paul Fletcher, Minister for Families and Social Services, announced ‘immediate reforms’ to Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) to improve choice and control for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants and boost market confidence. Original Source from Summer Foundation, download full report below: https://www.summerfoundation.org.au/resources/summary-of-changes-to-specialist-disability-accommodation-framework/ These changes are across the following SDA …

  • Date: 5 Nov 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    Disability groups are seeking clarity from the government around future funding for the NDIS schemes. National Disability Services CEO Chris Tanti said the sector needed more assurance about funding so it could plan for the growth needed for providers and participants under the scheme. “It’s not fair to people with disability, their families, carers and …

  • Date: 28 Oct 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    Since the introduction of NDIS since 2016, disability service providers struggle with cash flow & transitional business models from block-funding for standardised services to participant led-care. To survive in the NDIS space there needs to be a restructuring in strategy around the role of a CFO in the business. Current conditions in the NDIS pricing …