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NFP Providers Chosen to Deliver Disability Services Under NDIS

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A group of not-for-profit providers have been selected to deliver disability accommodation and respite services currently operated by the Victorian government, as part of the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The five NFPs – House with No Steps, Life Without Barriers, Melba Support Services, Possability, and Scope – were chosen by the state government following an extensive consultation process featuring people with disability and their families, the workforce, and the disability sector.

On Tuesday, Victorian Disability Minister Martin Foley joined Special Minister of State Gavin Jennings to announce the transfer of services, which commences in February 2019.

The government said these providers had demonstrated “innovative approaches to service delivery”, and had proven track records delivering high-quality support.

For more details about this article, please refer to Probono Australia website.


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