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Why agility is the key for NDIS’ shifting goal posts

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The changes to the way service providers are funded under the National Disability Insurance Scheme is not only forcing change on how NFPs deliver their service but is also creating a significant change in the administration and record keeping requirements of these organisations, writes Ben Fock from HLB Mann Judd Wollongong.

With over 298,000 people already signed up (figures taken from June 2019, COAG Disability Reform Council Quarterly Report), there is much the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has done right. However, being one of the biggest changes to the disability sector in recent years, the NDIS has presented its share of challenges.

For our not-for-profit (NFP) clients that have chosen to become registered providers and receive funding under these new arrangements they can attest first hand to some of these challenges. 

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Unknown Author, 2019, Probono Australia (https://probonoaustralia.com.au/)

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